A complex 3D computer model gets transformed into a low tech paper model.

The paper model starts as a complex 3D computer model. The customer can choose from different objects or design a unique one—nearly any form is possible. In the second step, the 3d computer model gets transformed into a flat plan. This flat plan is printed out on heavy paper, using a standard oversized printer found in most architecture firms. The printout is turned over to the customer, and in the last step the customer cuts out, folds and glues the parts together. The finished product is a complex object at a low price. The final product can be used as mask, lampshade or something else. At the fair “Maison&Objet” in Paris “mostlikely” won the „Prix DécouvertesMAISON&OBJET 2012“.

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