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The concept of Origamic Architecture (Origami Architecture) was originated from Professor Masahiro Chatani of the Tokyo Institute of Technology in the early 1980s.

There are several different styles of Origamic Architecture, the most popular one is the 90o "Origamic Architecture". This basic Origamic Architecture involves simple cutting and folding procedures of a piece of paper. When the paper is opened (unfolded) to 90o , a 3-dimensional pop-up structure is formed.


Another type of Origamic Architecture, which is also popular, is the 180o pop-up model. Usually, a few pieces of papers are required for the cutting procedures. Different paper parts are then put together and attached to a piece of "base sheet/card". This base sheet/card can be opened up to 180o. The ultimately model is magnificent!



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