Architecture: Origami

Collection by Ban Sheni


Origami inspired building forms..

Ban Sheni
Harold Street Residence / Jackson Clements Burrows - Architects - ressed red brickwork to the external facades Architecture Résidentielle, Contemporary Architecture, Melbourne Architecture, Installation Architecture, Street Installation, Chinese Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Brick Design, Facade Design

Gallery of Harold Street Residence / Jackson Clements Burrows Architects - 11

Image 11 of 23 from gallery of Harold Street Residence / Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. Photograph by John Gollings

This angular black concert hall was designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects after winning a competition for the design of the project in The new Festival Hall was meant to contrast with the curved white playhouse it accompanies in Erl, Au Architecture Pliage, Folding Architecture, Art Et Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Festival Hall, Winter Festival, Hall Design

15 Spectacular Buildings Where Origami Meets Architecture

Origami, an ancient art of Japan, is a creative method of folding paper to develop beautiful shapes and forms. After it was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s, it has evolved into a modern art form, which has inspired artists from all over the world and from many areas of the arts, including architecture. …

cRaZy cRaFtS: The Origami awe-Inspiring - Infosys SDB Park 4 Mysore Mysore, Origami, Golf Courses, Park, Architecture, Building, Crafts, Inspiration, Design

The Origami awe-Inspiring - Infosys SDB Park 4 Mysore

A Software development building, branch of Infosys Technologies in Mysore, Karnataka, India is fondly called " ORIGAM I " because it has ...

Origami Cardboard Provides Portable ‘Homes’ For The Homeless Los Angeles-based designer Tina Hovsepian has designed Cardborigami, a temporary, portable shelter for homeless people. Architecture Origami, Temporary Architecture, School Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Workshop Architecture, Portable Shelter, Portable House, Folding Structure

Cardboard origami, created by Tina Hovsepian, is a shelter that addresses homeless issues, social issues and architectural issues such as waterproofing, flexibility, livability, cost, number of inhabitants per square foot… etc. Inspiring!