paper brick

paper brick / nendo

A set of paper blocks designed for an insert in Japanese lifestyle magazine Pen. Readers can create a pseudo-3D object by stacking tricolor blocks that seem three-dimensional.
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adobe plus

Adobe plus/ Martin Azua

The traditional materials used to make adobe, mud and straw, were replaced with plaster and expanded polyester creating a very light material which floats in water and can be used alongside other architectural materials, wall and floor coverings. The colour of the different natural ingredients used, (eggs, nuts, bread), bring the material to life as it transforms and decomposes in a controlled manner.

Azúamoliné 2004 / Photographs Martín Azúa
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