Just unfold the packaging to form the base of the chair, add the cushions and covers that are packed inside and your chair is ready for use with nothing that has to be thrown out or recycled. Buildings: Fumihiko Maki designed the Kirishima International Concert Hall. This hall was built using the architect's trademark brushed silver surfaces and was located on a secluded mountain site. The folded paper is seen as both an art piece and a geometric form. The folds produce varying sizes of triangles, rectangles and other shapes. A single fold can bisect and angle twice or as in the case of a reverse fold, make 4 triangles at once. When the first steps to making a figure are applied to other figures, resulting in a number of figures having common shapes, the common shapes are called bases. Because the end result is an object of some sort, it's also exciting for children because they are anticipating the outcome. Origami takes time which makes this activity a great pass-time for children. It keeps their minds and hands occupied. Origami can be very basic such as the simple folds required for a paper airplane. Folding paper may sound boring to some people but for thousands in the world the folding paper or the art of origami, has become quite significant. It may sound juvenile to some but origami can be quite challenging which is what interests many people. The art of origami uses mathematics which again can be challenging for many people. This activity is also used by medical professionals for various types of therapy including therapies for mental health patients. Origami is also used in the technical world as well. Where would people find information about origami? Since origami is primarily considered art or crafting, a good place to look for details might be in an arts and crafts store. Gifts: Colorful paper frames, bandanas or handkerchiefs folded into flowers or birds, lace envelopes to hold your personal note, delicate lace birds to hold your valentine, cranes (a symbol of luck) as a mobile or garland like string, book covers, book marks and dozens of other unusual gifts that you can be sure they won't get two of!