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Origami architect Ingrid Siliakus and her cities made of cut and folded paper.

Origami architect Ingrid Siliakus and her cities made of cut and folded paper

Origami architect Ingrid Siliakus and her cities made of cut and folded paper.

一枚の紙を切って折って生まれる、大都会3D建築芸術 | roomie(ルーミー)

一枚の紙を切って折って生まれる、大都会3D建築芸術

George Stroumboulopoulos' "Awesome Thing of the Day: Cities Made of Paper" by Dutch artist Ingrid Siliakus!

origami architect ingrid siliakus and her cities made cut blog

Origami architect Ingrid Siliakus and her cities made of cut and folded paper.

Papercraft Sculptures

Papercraft Sculptures

Really interesting the compositions which Elod Beregszaszi creates from paper. Beregszaszi is a paper artist-engineer based in London.

M.C. Escher pop-up book by Ingrid Siliakus

"Reflection" paper architecture by Ingrid Siliakus. Laser-cut, scored, folded, and assembled by hand.

Ingrid Siliakus, Arquitectura en papel

Specializing in the Japanese art form of paper architecture, Amsterdam-based artist Ingrid Siliakus creates incredibly detailed architectural masterpieces from single pieces of paper.

Paper architecture by Ingrid Siliakus - Cosmopolitan  The subject of the work are buildings of New York. The work consists out of four sides: two white and two black sides. The four sides are connected to each other by means of integrated tabs and slots. When these tabs/slots are loosened the work can be folded into a two-dimensional surface.

dutch designer ingrid siliakus uses a technique called origamic which takes its technique from origami (the art of folding) and kirigami (the art of japanese paper cuts). the models are d

Ingrid Siliakus-"Cosmopolitan"

What seems like a Pop-up-book at first, appears to be elaborate paper architecture. With a great passion for detail the Amsterdam Ingrid Siliakus creates 3

Ingrid Siliakus - Bouwfonds Ontwikkelings project seen from above

"Bouwfonds Ontwikkelings project seen from above" by Ingrid Siliakus, Paper architect/artist,Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Ingrid Siliakus paper building origami http://www.pleatfarm.com/2009/09/30/the-paper-architect-ingrid-siliakus/

paper has been folded and put together in a way with creats a form. The haning form creates a approximatly retangular shape when all put together