How an Origami House is Unraveling Surprises on the Edge of the Gulf Islands
“[When] I look for inspiration, I look not to other architecture, I look to my interests in other mediums.”
– Tony Robins
Architect Tony Robins likens the house he designed off the coast of British Columbia to something you might find in Japanese Origami. The Origami house, as the Gulf Island has come to be known, is a reflection of the design theory of folding – the idea that the skin that folds is the same, inside and out.
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