The corrugated aluminum screen ‭designer Jacques Boris made in the 1990s set off a firestorm in my head. Its elegant, visionary use of an ordinary material reminded me of Lino Schenal and Max Lamb’s transformations of styrofoam. If I had the means to cut through thick wavy metal and finish its edges and hinge it together, I’d monkey around with the gorgeously geometric material that is corrugated metal…

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I’m happy to have it in my head, sparking ideas…

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