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As a young creator, I used to employ origami to transform a variety of colored papers into peculiar shapes. Now, having grown into a full-fledged designer, I still retain the urge to engage in crafting. However, how can I incorporate this into my design practice in a professional manner?

Folding is a splendid way to swiftly create shapes, yet it remains confined to certain materials. Despite the explicit warnings from ChatGPT, I embarked on a quest to investigate whether concrete (and other materials) could indeed be subjected to folding. This concept is centered around pushing the boundaries of folding as a design technique, with the aspiration of rendering every material ultimately foldable. The experiments stemming from this endeavor offer the potential to unearth novel shapes, structures, and functionalities, while also bestowing a fresh stage upon the joy of creation.

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