When thousands of layers of fabric are hung together it appears as a three-dimensional volume rather than singular pieces of fabric. By translating architectural elements such as pillars, walls, ceilings and floors by means of textile, the properties of light, transparency and tactility changes. Studio Akane Moriyama did architectural scale models to investigate the relation between the solid building element as we know it and the textile volume that constitutes it.
Location Kyoto, Japan
Material Paper, cardboard, steinless wire
Photographer Akane Moriyama
Team Studio Akane Moriyama Akane Moriyama