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Origami in Architecture & Interior Designs

What is Origami?

Origami is the paper folding art without cutting, sticking, glueing or checking. The word is gotten from the Japanese word "ori" signifying "folding", and "kami" signifying "paper"

Origami art is emerging mainly in Japan and later was introduced in America and Germany. It was also practised at the renowned Bauhaus school of design (1919–33), it was used as a way of teaching architecture by the abstract artist Josef Albers

The origami isn't only appropriate for paper yet likewise it might be pertinent for still things too moving articles. The moving articles called "Action Origami" consolidate models that fly, or, when finished, uses the dynamic energy of a person's hands to move another crease or member

Types of Origami </