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Three red, black, and cream coloured chairs featured in a showroom space.
Image: Paper Planes collection designed by Doshi Levien for Moroso Photography Jonas Lindstrom.

Making Paper Planes Chairs

Powerhouse

Presented by Mobilia in partnership with Moroso and Kvadrat Maharam, Making Paper Planes Chairs is a hands-on workshop giving design enthusiasts the opportunity to put their mark on a design masterpiece. Participants are invited to dress a ‘Paper Planes’ armchair maquette from Moroso using Kvadrat Maharam fabrics.

Designed by Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien of acclaimed London-based studio Doshi Levien, the Paper Planes armchair was inspired by the folding and modelling of paper.

General (Adults) Workshop

A panel of judges (Doshi Levien’s Nipa Doshi, Mobilia’s Salvatore Fazzari, Sydney Design Week Creative director Stephen Todd and Powerhouse’s Senior Curator of Design and Architecture Keinton Butler) will select one lucky winner who will receive an original, full-size Paper Planes armchair worth $7,000.

General


Ages 12–17 Workshop

Come design your own mini chair.

Presented by Mobilia in partnership with Moroso and Kvadrat Maharam, Making Paper Planes Chairs is a hands-on workshop giving young design enthusiasts the opportunity to put their mark on a design masterpiece.

Young people between the ages 12–17 are invited to dress a ‘Paper Planes’ armchair maquette from Moroso using Kvadrat Maharam fabrics during Sydney Design Week. At the end of the workshop, take home your chair model to put on display.

Ages 12–17


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