The Orishiki Spectacle Case is Origami-Inspired

By: Michael Hines - Published: Nov 17, 2010 • References: naokikawamoto & dezeen
I almost wish I wore glasses just so I could have a legitimate reason for owning the Orishiki Spectacle Case. This glasses case was designed by Naoki Kawamoto and is inspired by the ancient Japanese art of origami and furoshiki, a traditional Japanese cloth.

The Orishiki Spectacle Case is made up of a single magnetic piece that folds up to become a glasses box, fit for Gandhi himself. Check it out in the featured gallery and be sure to click below to see more origami-inspired innovations. Stats for Flat Pack Glasses Jackets Trending: Older & Mild
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