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最強手指意大利紙藝家 ANDREA RUSSO » ㄇㄞˋ點子靈感創意誌

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Galerie / Matthew Shlian, paper engineer / Image 3 sur 24 / étapes: design culture visuelle

Galerie / Matthew Shlian, paper engineer / Image 3 sur 24 / étapes: design culture visuelle

Heinz Strobl  (b. 1946, German)  Heinz Strobl is known for his development of two types of modular origami using strips of paper. In Knotology, the strips are knotted into flat pentagons layered on one another, and woven and plaited to make models that are stable without the use of glue or tape.  In Snapology, which he developed later, strips are folded into polygonal prisms (the units or modules) that are joined using a second set of strips that snap them together, creating geometric forms.

Heinz Strobl (b. 1946, German) Heinz Strobl is known for his development of two types of modular origami using strips of paper. In Knotology, the strips are knotted into flat pentagons layered on one another, and woven and plaited to make models that are stable without the use of glue or tape. In Snapology, which he developed later, strips are folded into polygonal prisms (the units or modules) that are joined using a second set of strips that snap them together, creating geometric forms.

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