Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models: 14 Kirigami Buildings to Cut and Fold
Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models features step-by-step instructions and templates so you can create beautiful kirigami versions of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic modernist architecture.
“Kirigami is the elegant Japanese art of folding and cutting paper to create intricate models. It’s also the perfect medium for recreating the harmonious architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.” Sunday Express
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959) is the most renowned and popular architect and designer in America. His buildings, including Fallingwater and New York’s Guggenheim Museum, are iconic landmarks. Now you can create 14 of his best-loved buildings using the art of kirigami.
Frank Lloyd Wright building kirigami templates included are:
Frederick C. Robie House
Aline Barnsdall “Hollyhock” House
Millard House (La Miniatura)
John Storer House
Charles Ennis House
National Life Insurance Building
Herbert And Katherine Jacobs I House
Edgar J. Kaufmann House “Fallingwater”
Johnson Wax Administration Building
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Perfect for those that enjoy origami, each project features a short history of each house, step-by-step instructions and a template that you remove from the book. You follow the lines on the template, cutting and folding to make your own model. All you need is a scalpel, a cutting mat and a ruler. Clear cutting tips help you with the tricky stages, while photos of the finished model show you the final design. To make things easier, the most intricate parts of the templates have been pre-cut. Simply display your finished model and admire your handiwork. Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models is a must for Wright fans and architectural model enthusiasts.