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

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.

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.