Project Relief is the result of an endless search for ‘catching’ light to eventually arrive at the age-old kirigami technique, a variation on origami.
By making a tactical series of folds and cuts you immediately see a flat piece of paper transform into
a magical interplay of light and dark.
Size: 300×400 mm
Material: Satogami paper on acid-free museum cardboard
Specs: Basswood with low iron white glass.
Specs: Handmade Maple or Walnut frame with high quality museum glass
(these frames are made by hand, on request, in Amsterdam which means that they are also available with other types of wood and sizes)