The Tine Hovsepian 'Cardborigami' Unfolds for the Homeless

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 24, 2010 • References: & psfk
Taking the Japanese art of folding paper to more extreme heights, the Tina Hovsepian 'Cardborigami' brings shelter to the homeless. An inexpensive and durable construction, it's the perfect solution for natural disaster victims and other unfortunate souls.

Considering how the Tina Hovsepian 'Cardborigami' is inspired by paper art, it folds conveniently for easy transportation. It would definitely be great to see more of these simple, sustainable and life-saving designs to ensure a better living condition for those in need. Stats for Cardboard Origami Shelters Trending: Older & Buzzing
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