The Lignum Fold Collection Creases Fine Timber Into Delicate Dishes

By: Amelia Roblin - Dec 30, 2015
References: another-studio & design-milk
As wood and paper are beautiful, natural materials to use in home decorative items, a level up is achieved in this wooden origami collection. Consisting of a large dish, a small bowl, a pen holder and even a lampshade, this lovely line is ideal for bringing subtle detail to minimalist spaces.

The four wooden origami pieces are produced with cherry, beech or American walnut. Each one is actually made from a very thin and flat sheet of wood that is scored strategically into geometric shapes. These deep creases enable the material to be folded into multifaceted surfaces that provide understated formal intrigue. To accent these objects even more subtly, Another Studio lined the inside of the pencil pot with paper, and used white paper once more to extend the flare of the pendant lamp.