Fold Your Own Paper Models Of Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings

Fold Your Own Paper Models Of Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
Design

A new book provides templates to make kirigami inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture

Zack Palm
  • 16 june 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright, who died in 1959, celebrates his 150th birthday this year. For this occasion Marc Hagan-Guirey, a design director and kirigami paper artist, created a book for Wright fans to have the opportunity to construct the architect’s famous buildings as cut-and-fold paper models.

Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models contains 14 templates of Wright’s structures, including the Guggenheim Museum and the Robie House. Step-by-step instructions, which include photographs and drawings, show how to create each model. In addition to the book, a model maker needs a craft knife, a cutting map and a straightedge to complete the task.

The book will be released on June 19 in Europe and on July 3 in the United States.

Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models

Frank Lloyd Wright, who died in 1959, celebrates his 150th birthday this year. For this occasion Marc Hagan-Guirey, a design director and kirigami paper artist, created a book for Wright fans to have the opportunity to construct the architect’s famous buildings as cut-and-fold paper models.

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