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.
Origamic Architecture consists of a sheet of paper or card cut and folded to create three-dimensional forms. Subject matter includes - but is not limited to -architecture, geometrical patterns, animals, etc. Glue and colour are generally not used.
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