Origamic Architecture is a paper art form that was created by Masahiro Chatani, a professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, in the early 1980s. It consists of a paper or card that is cut and folded in such a way that a three dimensional form arises when the card is opened. The design is primarily of buildings, but many other possibilities abound.
Includes several paper and plastic arts in addition to origamic architecture. There are several pictures and patterns available as well as a biography of Masahiro Chatani.
A variety of pictures and patterns, from a hippo in a bathtub to socks. Also contains instructions (in Japanese) with diagrams.
Gallery of models and patterns.
Many card designs, featuring models based upon the architecture of Gaudi. Also includes instructions and a section on Heraldic Origamic Architecture.
Buildings and complex abstracts by Ingrid Siliakus. Includes gallery and listing of past and upcoming exhibits.
Gallery, large photos, examples of light and OA, and links.
Gallery of many models folded by Gerry Stormer, a diagram entitled "Diego's Dreams," and links.
Offers patterns from Europe and Asia. Also includes holiday cards, instructions, and links.
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