Louise Helmersen's elegant and simple mobile features five origami paper spheres that are based on molecular compounds.
Each faceted 'molecule' is packed flat, and transformed into a three-dimensional object with a few twists and folds.
Designed to enthral not only chemistry teachers but children and adults alike.
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The people behind Livingly are company director, Kent Sejdelin, and his wife Louise Helmersen, a graphic designer and architect.
The production of Livingly mobiles takes place on and around Funen, Denmark.
The paper pieces are punched out on a Heidelberg wing machine, they are then driven to around 50 dedicated home workers in the area.
They assemble, glue, sew and package the products - it really is handmade Danish design - made in Denmark!
|Dimensions||L 50 x W 50 cm|
|Material||Heavy paper from Fedrigoni in Italy - The oldest paper mill in Europe.|
|Origin||Made in Denmark|
|Note||Packed flat. Simple assembly required.|