Origamic architecture is a variant of origami and kirigami that involves both cutting and folding paper. Originally centered around producing 3D reproductions of buildings, origamic architecture can be used for all manner of physical objects or geometric patterns. Origami architecture differs from traditional pop-up cards in that a single piece of paper is used with [...]
From the Japanese words "kiru" (to cut) and "kami" (paper), kirigami is an ancient art form that involves cutting intricate shapes into paper. The cutting may be coupled with folding to create 3D structures. All examples were cut by hand using a #11 Exacto Blade, most using the highly recommended Fiskars Fingertip holder.