Between the folds
“Once upon a time” opens an alternative world, a fairy-tale world in comparison with our own world. Exploring many questions about body’s engagement with the world and the ability of memory to define a place, I decided to reverse the space consciousness. By introducing movement as an extra variable in the project and by designing folding spaces –using cardboard as my primary material –, reconfigurable spaces through variation, we get many benefits, because we literally open up possibilities of spaces we previously thought impossible: walls that become ceilings, beds that turn into walls, floors that move from one place to another.
When you are putting a crease in a piece of paper you essentially changing the memory.