Every single Lexus car is checked by the origami professionals – so-called Takumis –  in detail. © Toyota (GB) PLC

© Toyota (GB) PLC

From corrugated paperboard to an origami Lexus

1,700 PIECES OF RECYCLED CORRUGATED PAPERBOARD.

FIRE- AND WATERPROOF CARDBOARD BIKE.

1,700 pieces of corrugated paperboard were used for the Cardboard Lexus. © Toyota (GB) PLC
1,700 pieces of corrugated paperboard were used for the Cardboard Lexus.
Anyone wanting to be on the origami team has to fulfil one fundamental condition: they must be able to create an origami cat with one hand, and in fact with their naturally weaker hand. © Toyota (GB)
Anyone wanting to be on the origami team has to fulfil one fundamental condition: they must be able to create an origami cat with one hand, and in fact with their naturally weaker hand.
Every single Lexus car is checked by the origami professionals – so-called Takumis –  in detail. © Toyota (GB) PLC
Every single Lexus car is checked by the origami professionals – so-called Takumis – in detail.
Let’s think outside the box: The Cardboard Bike. © Cardboard Technologies
“Let’s think outside the box,” said the inventor of the Cardboard Bike to himself, and so he spent several years folding bits of cardboard until he came up with today’s Prototype No. 8 in 2014. Since then the company Cardboard Technologies has also built children’s bicycles and wheelchairs from recycled cardboard. They are sold at a fraction of the price they would cost under conventional manufacturing methods. Moreover, they are environment-friendly. © Cardboard Technologies
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