Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has created a range of LED lamps for Italian lighting company Artemide that unfold from flat 2D shapes into 3D shades. Called IN-EI, each one is folded from a single piece of fabric that's made of recycled plastic bottles. Fibres in the material make it self-supporting so there's no need for a separate frame inside.
The project is a development of Miyake's earlier 132 5. project, where the same folding principles transform flat geometric pieces into garments.
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