Frank Lloyd Wright is one of America’s most renowned architects. His buildings, such as Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, continue to inspire us—long after his death in 1959. You can now channel a bit of Wright's genius when you make 14 of his beloved structures through the art of kirigami (a variation of origami that includes cutting paper in addition to folding it).
Seem daunting? Have no fear— there are step-by-step photographic instructions that demonstrate how to create these buildings. Paper engineer Marc Hagan-Guirey demystifies the process, and he's included outlined templates that tell you where to fold and cut. In addition, some of the more detailed areas are already die cut for your convenience. You need just an X-Acto knife, cutting mat, and straightedge to get started.
- Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models features 14 step-by-step projects.
- Suitable for “folding experts” and beginners alike.
- Published August 2017.
About Marc Hagan-Guirey
Marc Hagan-Guirey AKA Paper Dandy, is a design director, author, and paper artist specializing in the craft of kirigami. In addition to Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models, he has created pieces for Samsung Galaxy, The London Transport Museum, and more.