25 Mar '15, 12pm

This flowering Japanese paper sculpture creates a unique sky gazing experience

, giving the viewer a very different experience depending on time of day and weather conditions. Made from dozens of thick pieces of paper rolled into teardrop shapes, the hand made assembly resembles plant cells under the microscope or an array of petals. The structure is inspired by nature and inspires users to appreciate natural processes. Konishi comments, “the work provides a space where you can “enjoy the transitioning sky”.

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