Cool! I'd love to follow your progress on different origami forms.
You seem to be making collapsible forms. How is that holding up?
In (regular) paper, corners and some edges will tear or display holes due to stress
from the bending process or repeated collapsing.
This is caused by the fibers in paper that are torn apart on a microlevel,
but I wonder if the nanocellulose structure of the scoby performs better.
Maybe some inspiration for your desk research you can try this one too:
In paper, this is quite springy. It also forms these nice "pillars" underneath the cubical forms on the underside.
I always thought this could be applied to absorb shock or to be load bearing (floor tiles?).