The Plie Collection by Gergely Kiss-Gal is Geometry-Infused

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 13, 2013 • References: & mocoloco
Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, The Plie Collection by Gergely Kiss-Gal is modern and geometry-infused. The architect's experimental workshop is designed using sophisticated technology that manipulates its modular pieces perfectly.

The collection will debut at TENT London and features custom tailoring that is flat packed to resemble a series of disassembled puzzle pieces. Using Atelier workshop's latest Plie technology, the architect developed a joint-free, plywood frame that was easily transformed into a three-dimensional furniture piece that resembles a folded piece of Origami art.

This inventive furniture collection by Gergely Kiss-Gal marks the future of assembled furniture design and embodies an aesthetic of streamlined minimalism. The collection requires no additional joinery pieces when building thanks to its tailored and collapsible concept. Stats for Folded Origami Furnishings Trending: Older & Popular
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