File Folders Open To Reveal Mini Office Furniture
Origami turns boring office stationary into colorful pieces of pop-up design.
Japanese designer Mariko Tsujimoto has taken an idea normally reserved for children’s pop-up books, and applied it to the world of office stationary. Her “pop-up furniture” series is a collection of oversized binders that use paper-folding technique to hide tables, chairs, and desks within. The project demonstrates that even dull objects found in the office can come to life with a bit of imagination.
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