The high tech and the traditional.
I must admit that I have a particular fondness for projects that combine traditional and modern technology. They prove that not everything made with digital fabrication has to look like something from a space adventure movie (not that there’s anything inherently wrong with that).
These small containers by nendo start with a paper-based 3D printer that glues and cuts sheets of regular paper to build the form. This kind of machine is normally considered a relatively cheap and low-quality alternative to the more common plastic extrusion printers, in part because of the terraced look of the models.