Longview Mansion was the country farm home of Kansas City lumber baron and philanthropist, R.A. Long. More than 50 Belgian craftsmen and 200 Sicilian stonemasons were among the 2,000 workers who built the mansion and 49 other farm structures in just 18 short months between 1913 and 1914.
This beautiful pop-up paper sculpture is the work of origamic architecture artist Ingrid Siliakus. Each piece is beautifully laser-cut and hand-scored, folded, assembled and mounted onto an integrated backing card. Folded flat, they measure 10.5 by 29.5 centimeters (approximately 11.5 by 4 inches).
Signed by the artist, Ingrid Siliakus.
Limited quantities are available.