Japanese Designer Transforms a Vacant Shop into a Crumpled Paper Cave

Located inside a vacant shop in the Abeno-Ku ward of Osaka, the small Yorunoma bar is a temporary pop up space covered in swaths of crumpled tracing paper, sculpted to achieve a textured, rock-like appearance. The venue, created by local studio Naoya Matsumoto Design, is an evening meeting space where visitors can share food and drinks. This huge space made by paper is like a secret base and turns into a bar at night," said Matsumoto, "I hope people get together and make new friends there and enjoy the space."

 Find out more about the project here.

via [Dezeen]