Peter and Sam says:
For this concept, we both had a rough image in mind, how an Origami watch could look like. We combined our ideas and the result is a snap-on bracelet e-paper watch.The time is told classically with four numbers in HH/MM mode. Each number is actually a single strip of paper. While the 1 isn’t folded, the other numbers are created by folding this paper strip more or less. There are simple numbers like 7,2 and 5 and more complex ones with the 8 on top of complexity.
The watch consists of a case and a structually independent folded metal based bracelet. According to the Origami theme, we suggest and e-paper display. The bracelet is actually a snap-on bracelet that automatically bends around the wrist, when enough pressure is applied. It’s coated with a soft but durable silicone which comes in a crumpled paper look.
All elements – the e-paper display, the one-piece snap-on bracelet and the folded numbers – come together to create a unique timepiece for fans of Origami.
Design by Samuel Jerichow & Peter Fletcher [via]