Origanid – Origami Cubby Houses
December 30th, 2015
These Origanid Cubby Houses use the Japanese art of Origami, which consists in folding paper to obtain shapes and figures are genius.
Toy houses, cubbies and shelters and teepees are all the rage but these are the most unique ones I’ve seen yet.
You can choose between a yurt, a tent and a book tent. The yurt-origanid is the biggest – quite a big space to play with friends or siblings. The great things about these Origanids are that they can be easily and quickly folded. You can do it in just a few seconds with this origami technique.
The other thing is that every single one has a different design. These create a magical refuge that is only limited by the imagination of your child.
They’re currently in crowdfunding campaign so if you feel this is something you want to support, check them out.
These are some benefits:
– the integration of Origanid in pediatric service
– the launch of 15 Origanids ( get 20 % off when you buy one)
– A development of their product line (waterproof structures)