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Origami Inspiration Furniture * By Aljoud Lootah

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The multidisciplinary designer Aljoud Lootah, has creates “The Oru Series” a geometric line of furniture inspired Origami Inspiration Furniture by the Japanese technique of Origami, presented at Design Days Dubai 2015.

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Oru means “folding”, and kami means “paper”, something that can be translated as “the art of folding paper”. Lootah, based in Dubai has taken this technique, molded it and applied on pieces made of teak wood, becoming this into beautiful and sharp lines with angles just like folded paper.

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A chair, a cabinet, a mirror and a lamp lamp, all together make “The Oru Series”. In a limited edition of five. “The idea behind the designs is to show that folding a flat, two-dimensional sheet can create aesthetically appealing and functional three-dimensional forms. I have always been fascinated by paper engineering and I prefer to work and manipulate materials with my own hands. That’s why Oru felt such a natural direction to me”, says Lootah, who loves the idea of contrasts in form and function. Her creations are a mix between traditional silhouettes and concepts with a twist on modern elements. Patterns, folds and geometric shapes are at the heart of her inspiration. Her creative drive comes from a passion for detail, aesthetics, and experimental approaches to materials and techniques.

 

Aljoud Lootah, has been involved in projects that distinctly interprets the Emirati culture, traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design, producing bespoke objects for government organisations and private companies, been involved in various retail and residential interior projects.

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