Biomimicry In Design: Recycled Coral Reef Origami Illuminates Window Display

Biomimicry In Design: Recycled Coral Reef Origami Illuminates Window Display
Design

Coral Reefs, Craft, and Christmas combine in a thoughtful window installation

Stephen Fortune
  • 29 november 2010

Coral Reefs continue to be persistent source of inspiration, informing biomimicry in design and providing metaphorical inspiration in areas ranging from crochet to sculpture.

Chris Bosse of LAVA has taken cues from the coral reef’s ecological architecture to design a Christmas window installation that incorporates origami and is sourced entirely from recycled cardboard. It simultaneously provides a striking window installation and a reflection on the worthiness of modular forms of architecture.

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