Ishi Kiri 2015

The name Ishi kiri is inspired by the traditional Japanese paper-folding art of origami. It explores the pleats and creases of paper in multi-dimensional forms to create dramatic stone surfaces. This collection is a nose-dive into making cut stone appear as if it were put together through stone folding. 

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Taiyo

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Kaze

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Sankaku

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Hanabira

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Puritsu

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FeSetto

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Haibu

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Kyubu

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Suawaru

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Enkei

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Hana

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Maru

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Daiyamondo

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Reika

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Rokkaku

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Fureku

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Shikakau

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Kasukedo

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Cho

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Nami

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