The design process
Different foldable and growing structures were analysed through paper models. Bended paper strips which revolve around a vertical axis were the first result of the form-finding process to achieve an adjusting structure. During the next step the generated forms of the revolving paper strips were assembled in a system turning around various axes, two oval plates used as floor and roof connected by a flexible material. That 3-dimensional structure was translated into a 2-dimensional pattern which was applied to an unfolded box later on. A great advantage of the simple shape

of a box is, that it is easy to transport and reassemble on every site. The initially mobile structure was fixed in a certain position, but the rigid pattern generates still infinite arrangements of interior installations generated by flexible membranes bent between floor-, roof- and wall-ellipses. By rearranging the interior at each site and by implementing convex and concave shapes of transparent and translucent acrylic glass shells a highly adaptive structure was achieved by simple means.