For Japanese clothing brand Issey Miyake, design firm Drawing & Manual created a storefront window to show off the intricate folds and flexible designs of their clothes.
Tokyo-based design firm Drawing & Manual created a kinetic installation for the Japanese clothing brand Issey Miyake to show off the intricate folds and designs of their latest collection. Located in the storefront, the display uses an arduino to control each column of split-flaps, which constantly change and construct different images.
The brand worked with an origami researcher to introduce unique folding shapes in their designs, and the kinetic window display shows off the collection with flipping images of folded clothes.
Check out a video of the installation in action below: