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Winner - Bronze
Designer: Kris Lin
Company / Organization / School: Kris Lin International Design
Origami originated in China, and slowly developed into children's toys, as well as teaching aids in the School of Architecture used in some of the architectural design. (Origami's meaning: although it is a thin piece of paper, but it's capable of changing many different graphics and then forming three-dimensional modeling.) Throughout the design, we apply a new layout idea that runs through the whole series from all the different spaces,while defines the spaces,to achieve the beauty of the overall shape, instead of using traditional ways of thinking and the idea of dividing the region through the solid wall(The limited space would be cut into small and scattered pieces,therefore,the external overall look is messy.) .This is our idea of origami art. 1. The definition of space: Firstly,origami encloses a lobby space; then use valley once to surround an auditorium,which will make it looks like an egg.Meanwhile,along the direction of origami, skillfully positioned out a sale control reception by using the valley,an then followed by a sand table through spatial rotation and reception hall through lines rolling……The jagged shape of origami (on the ground - wall - top - floor - wall) is well-spaced placed in the square glass box with different regions