The paper Architectures Of Ingrid Siliakus


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Ingrid Siliakus carefully cuts and folds layers upon layers of paper, to create some of the most amazing origami building designs. The Dutch artist has been d fascinated with paper architecture, ever since she first set eyes on the work of Japanese professor, Masahiro Chatani who invented this art form in the early 1980s.

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