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Pleats Inspirations: Architecture Travels

Pleats Design

Our inspirations come from various avenues, but none greater than our travels around the world. Utilizing architecture as our muse, Pleats Design concept foundations are firmly rooted in structure, form and layers.  

Repetition of geometric patterns can form the skin of an object. Through various applications, a design can take these geometries and form a multitude of shapes. The ultimate result is strong geometric patterns creating a unique visual effect. 

Repetition of geometric patterns can form the skin of an object. Through various applications, a design can take these geometries and form a multitude of shapes. The ultimate result is strong geometric patterns creating a unique visual effect. 

Complex forms are not one dimensional. Architecture uses angles and facets to create buildings which evoke motion and sculptural volume. Unique perspectives can be found from various view points within the building. Through layering of materials and various geometry, one can add intrigue and focal point to the design. 

Complex forms are not one dimensional. Architecture uses angles and facets to create buildings which evoke motion and sculptural volume. Unique perspectives can be found from various view points within the building. Through layering of materials and various geometry, one can add intrigue and focal point to the design. 

Organic forms can be derived from geometry as well. Nature provides us with a multitude of organic geometries, similarly physical design applies these geometries into softer lines and free sculptural form. 

Organic forms can be derived from geometry as well. Nature provides us with a multitude of organic geometries, similarly physical design applies these geometries into softer lines and free sculptural form.