Japanese designer Yasutoshi Mifune has created a paper screen that can be changed to various shapes and sizes depending on how you assemble the modular pieces of paper. Each sheet of paper is formed like a branch and are the same size and shape, fitting together like puzzle pieces. Called Kakine, which means “hedge” in Japanese, the screen looks to be very complicated, but actually is just made up of a single piece of paper, multiplied and fitted together.
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