Twofold is an exhibition of work inspired by a need for space-saving furniture, manufacturing processes, daily routine, and origami. The pieces are designed as folding furniture objects to expand usability and aesthetics of a space by utilizing folding processes, thin profiles, and camouflage. Graphic themes of origami are used as pattern and an instructional guide for folding processes. The pieces are cut using a laser cutter and CNC router. Having access to these industrial tools has changed my entire perspective on making. It makes me think less about what I need the tools to do and more about what I can make the tools do for me. This project challenges preconceived notions of hand-machine relationships by traditional craft theorists. Twofold was exhibited in the Flor Y Canto Gallery, San Diego State University, December 5 through 10, 2009. Images of the exhibition are on file with the School of Art, Design, and Art History.