Dressellate explores different folding techniques by transforming 2D patterns and a piece of fabric into a 3D volume. The prototype made from thin plastic sheets is a study of the volumetry of the body. The final piece is a double-sided organic fabric covered with a natural resin that provides rigidness.
The digital pattern applied to the fabric attributes properties that are considered the basic tool of the design. Different volumes of folding are shaped around the body.