Origami is originated from the traditional Japanese culture. Very popular through out the Asian countries. It’s work are highly respected and considered as art.
This concept of playing with folding a 2 dimensional piece of paper to create a 3 dimensional space has extended to the architectural world too. This origami inspired house in Tokyo designed by architect Yasuhiro Yamashita of Atelier Takuto shows off excellent lines and shape without sacrificing form and function.
But when this traditional oriental culture penetrates into the fashion industry, the result is eye popping and heading turning.
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Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has developed a clothing line that is inspired by origami. Utilizing revolutionary recycled material that are designed to expand from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured shirts, skirts, pants and dresses.