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Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)

Objects Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)

Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)This is a paper bowl that envelops air. You can freely change its shape by molding it. The thin and lightweight paper gains tension and strength when pulled out. This amazing container will catch your eye as the colors on each side of the paper create a different impression, depending on the angle at which it is viewed.

Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)

© Fuminari Yoshitsugu

Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)

© Fuminari Yoshitsugu

Torafu Architects | airvase (Orange×Purple)

© Fuminari Yoshitsugu

Architect: Torafu Architects
Principle use: Product
Manufacturer: Kami no Kousakujo
Credit: package graphic: Takaiyama inc.
Design period: 2011.03-05
Production period: 2011.03-06
Photo: Fuminari Yoshitsugu
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