Foldability is the London based studio of Kyla McCallum, a Scottish designer and paper artist who creates set design, window displays, bespoke lighting and interior products inspired by origami and geometry. Kyla discovered her obsession with origami and geometry whilst studying in Cologne in 2007 and launched Foldability in 2013 after graduating from the Glasgow School of Art.
Foldability works with brands to bring projects from initial concept through to final production. The studio has become known for creating precision formed designs which are visually unique with an element of hand-craftsmanship. For large scale projects, Kyla collaborates with a diverse team of creatives including paper artists, engineers, graphic designers, art directors, photographers and fabricators, depending on the skills required for the project. Kyla also runs geometry and origami workshops in partnership with brands, tailoring experiences to fit in with campaign themes and visuals.
Previous clients include Chanel, Burberry, Ted Baker, John Lewis, H&M, ELLE Decoration, Perrier Jouët, MADE.com, M&C Saatchi and L'Oreal. Kyla was coined, "London's new Queen of origami," by interiors writer Barbara Chandler (Homes & Property, London Evening Standard).