Origami Bench by blackLAB architects
by Ted Savage / February 3, 2014
Strength in folds: Origami Bench by blackLAB architects, designed for public seating, gains structural strength from the way the geometry of the planes fold together.


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Details: In Baltic birch plywood and white laminate, with piano hinged joints and tubular steel legs. Originally created for the See the Light exhibit, at the 2014 Interior Design Show in Toronto.

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Designer: blackLAB architects is a Toronto firm that specializes in responsive and adaptive architecture, designing buildings that "breathe and grow in their environments."

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Source: photos by blackLAB architects inc.

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