Gallery: Japanese Company Shows Off The World’s First Paper Robot and C...

 
Here at Inhabitat, we've seen some pretty innovative designs made from paper, including this super slim paper computer and these crazy columns made from cardboard. But we can honestly say that the three dimensional paperboard robot we saw this week at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair was something we'd never seen before - probably because it's the first of its kind in the world. Conceived and produced by Japanese company Aki, the female-figured robot wowed us with its graceful movements - and the booth's giant yellow giraffe, pinks pigs and other 3D cardboard sculptures had us intrigued as well.

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