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Inspiriert von den Arbeiten des chinesischen Architekten Masahiro Chatani, der vor 15 Jahren die soganenannte Origami Architektur ins Leben rief, machte sich Ingrid Siliakus ans Werk, auf selbe Weise sehr detaillierte und wunderschöne Papier Skulpturen zu schaffen.

Inspiriert von den Arbeiten des chinesischen Architekten Masahiro Chatani, der vor 15 Jahren die soganenannte Origami Architektur ins Leben rief, machte sich Ingrid Siliakus ans Werk, auf selbe Weise sehr detaillierte und wunderschöne Papier Skulpturen zu schaffen.

"NYT Key Magazine Ontwerp" - 3-D paper cut art by Ingrid Sikiakus;  "The Key artwork has four identical sides, each cut/folded out of a single sheet of paper. The first and fourth side are connected to each other by means of slits and tabs. This way the artwork can be loosened. When this is done, it is possible to fold the piece into a two-dimensional surface."   (2010)   60 x 30 x 30

"NYT Key Magazine Ontwerp" - 3-D paper cut art by Ingrid Sikiakus; "The Key artwork has four identical sides, each cut/folded out of a single sheet of paper. The first and fourth side are connected to each other by means of slits and tabs. This way the artwork can be loosened. When this is done, it is possible to fold the piece into a two-dimensional surface." (2010) 60 x 30 x 30

The Notre Dame Cathedral Pop-up card Kirigami Origamic Architecture

The Notre Dame Cathedral Pop-up Card Kirigami Origamic Architecture

This is my Notre Dame Cathedral that I made out of paper. It can be folded. It uses a unique designed interlocking system that no glue is applied (except only two pieces are glued onto the baseboard). Hope you will like it.

Technology architecture professor named Masahiro Chatani developed a technique for cutting and folding single pieces of paper into elaborate 3-D models, drawing on traditional Japanese card making and pop-up books.

Pop-Up Paper Craft Weds Japanese Tradition And Modern Architecture

Technology architecture professor named Masahiro Chatani developed a technique for cutting and folding single pieces of paper into elaborate 3-D models, drawing on traditional Japanese card making and pop-up books.

wai-nan:    32flavors-:    Beginning Always 2010 paper, foamcore and glue by Emma van Leest    Wow.

wai-nan: 32flavors-: Beginning Always 2010 paper, foamcore and glue by Emma van Leest Wow.

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