建築家の新田知生さんは、 公共建築からオニギリパッケージまで、 様々な空間をデザインされています。 海外のデザインサイトも注目の、折り紙をコンセプトにオニギリをつくる「オリ・ニギリ」プロジェクト。 今年の本格的世界展開を視野に入れた、プロジェクトの全貌を披露します！
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建築家の新田知生さんは、オリニギリというおりがみをしながらそれを型紙にしていろいろなおにぎりを作る活動（おりがみ x おにぎり = オリニギリ）についてプレゼンテーションを行います。この活動は東北復興プロジェクトのボランティア活動から始まり、現在では国内外の様々な場所で様々な方々によるワークショップが展開されています。今回のプレゼンテーションではこのオリニギリの今後のチャレンジをお伝えします。