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Origami Architecture By The Book

This week's Website review focused on origami architecture. Before considering the print resources below, you need to have first browsed that review.

Many resource books are available, complete with templates and examples of origami architecture. It seems that the primary author in this area is Masahiro Chatani, an architecture professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He created the idea of origamic architecture in the 1980's via his attempts to create and send special pop-up greeting cards to his family and friends. He died in 2008.

Some suggestions:

Finally, if you have used other books on origamic architecture that are worthy of attention, please send me the relevant information and I will try to add them to the above list.