Origamic Architecture from Building to Card is a collection of exquisite pop-up card patterns by artist Ingrid Siliakus. Her work was featured in an exhibit at the American Craft Museum in New York in 2001, alongside that of other OA luminaries. It drew rave reviews.
Ms. Siliakus’ work has also been seen at the Holland Paper Exhibition, on Dutch Television, The New York Times Style Magazine (Fall 2012), The New York Times Key Magazine, Wallpaper* magazine and more.
In addition to intricately detailed patterns, this book features clear, step-by-step instructions for constructing the cards, and colorful historical notes and commentary by the author.
Included are patterns for a Canal House, Our Blessed Lady Cathedral of Antwerp, City Hall of Brugges, Central Station Amsterdam, Museum of Groningen, Saint Hubert Hunting Lodge, NEMO, Rietveld-Schröder House, Watergate of Sneek, and the Houses of Parliament in The Hague.
The text is Dutch and comes with a full English translation.
26cm x 19cm x .5cm (10.25 in. x 7.5 in. x .25 in.), 12 ounces
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