Pull by Kate Callan. Paper, string. 4″ x 4″ Pull contains eight explorations of string formations when fully open. Some strings continue through the pages making it impossible to view more than one page at a time.
3D printed ceramic - Experimentation with wall structures and textures. "The goal is to create objects that are more structural and in which there is an interplay between an inside complex structure and a shell like you see in many organic things like plant cut throughs, seeds, diatoms etc." - by Belgian design studio Unfold, photo by Unfold
In 2010, researchers developed a method where a sheet of composite material can self-fold when an electrical current is passed through it. In 2011, researchers were able to get a polymer sheet to shelf-fold when exposed to light.
Tessellation Formation 5 by Matt Shlian (http://www.mattshlian.com/) "Conceived over a flurry of emails in the spring of this year, The Tessellation Series is an expression of intuitive design evolving from a fixed starting point. To illustrate the process by which the pattern has emerged, the series is presented as five distinct moments, or formations, in its evolution."