The home-installation inspired by the art of origami is the result of the investor’s fascination with Japanese culture.
A seemingly simple building with a geometric form creates a complicated system of steel structure covered with graphite polyurethane coating. This allowed to obtain the effect of a visually light, paper form taken from the Japanese art of creating spatial forms from paper.
Inside, there was a space for rest, if necessary, a guest room, as well as a place of temporary isolation and reflection. The mute effect of the interior is enhanced by the bleached plywood finish, a material associated with the architecture of fusuma wooden-paper walls.
The building is also to perform decorative functions, being a sculpture in the space of a home garden.
More information on the project’s page.