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Pao Hui Kao

http://www.paohuikao.com

Mauritsstraat 190, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Pao Hui Kao, Graduated with Master of Contextual Design from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2016. Her works emphasize on creating extraordinary aesthetics out of ordinary material and surrounding through continuous material experiments. And through design she wishes to convey stories from a unique point of view.

Paper brick


Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?

Paper brick


Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?
Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?

Policy and technological developments of the past few decades have been driven people moving from their home countries for centuries. Sustainable and Eco-friendly temporary structural materials will be highly apply to full fill the need from immigrant community since the environmental pollution has become more and more serious.

Water is usually not welcome in the world of paper. However, when water is absorbed by paper, it brings power to the stable inner structure, interferes the flattened net of fabrics and rearranges their position. By rolling paper, hold wrinkles regularly growing on wet paper and remain strong enough as a paper brick after it completely dries out.

Paper brick is a low-tech new structural material, residents can even produce it in their home only by paper and rice-water. Paper brick could transfer into diverse applications, such as a wall, a space divider, a bookshelf and even a stool depends on what people’s need.


Paper brick


Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?

Paper brick


Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?
Could wrinkles turn an ordinary paper into an extraordinary structural material?

Policy and technological developments of the past few decades have been driven people moving from their home countries for centuries. Sustainable and Eco-friendly temporary structural materials will be highly apply to full fill the need from immigrant community since the environmental pollution has become more and more serious.

Water is usually not welcome in the world of paper. However, when water is absorbed by paper, it brings power to the stable inner structure, interferes the flattened net of fabrics and rearranges their position. By rolling paper, hold wrinkles regularly growing on wet paper and remain strong enough as a paper brick after it completely dries out.

Paper brick is a low-tech new structural material, residents can even produce it in their home only by paper and rice-water. Paper brick could transfer into diverse applications, such as a wall, a space divider, a bookshelf and even a stool depends on what people’s need.



Idea by

Pao Hui Kao
Mauritsstraat 190
Eindhoven
Netherlands
Pao Hui Kao, Graduated with Master of Contextual Design from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2016. Her works emphasize on creating extraordinary aesthetics out of ordinary material and surrounding through continuous material experiments. And through design she wishes to convey stories from a unique point of view.