My final degree project concerns the study of origami inspired deployable structures and the design of a mechanism to control the opening and closing movements. The structure is composed of hinged rigid panels, in a balanced configuration both when open in a dome shape and when closed in a flat roof shape. Although there have been structures made using the typical stiffness of origami shapes, this work comes for the first time to the definition of an opening and closing system. I studied this model with the MatLab software, adding elements to control the movement of the structure. These elements had to follow precise rules, deducted from the previous simulations. The structure can be used both indoor, for example in exhibition buildings or areas with large openings, and outdoor, using the changing shape to create pavilions or covered environments depending on the different needs and moments.