Change ,a second creates a potential space for various forms to emerge.

As the front and the back are connected, an ambiguous space of real and virtual, expansion and contraction is created. The honeycomb paper, more than a repetitive form, changes its shape according to the way it is expanded, contracted, or tied together. The tension of the material enables endless changes- it could be a vase that follows the curve of a blooming flower, a plate that holds fruits, or, with a light bulb, a lamp that warms and calms every heart.


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