Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models

Jan 25, 2018

Category: Living

The majority of Frank Lloyd Wright’s admirers will never get to do much more than just visit his homes, to say nothing of actually living in them. But thanks to Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models, a book from publishing house Laurence King, the rest of us can own at least a little piece of the famous architect’s legacy.

This book contains step by step instructions and materials to assemble 14 of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous buildings using the special Kirigami method of cutting and folding. Unlike the more widely known Origami, Kirgami requires the use of exact cuts with an exacto-knife. Thanks to the guidance of author Marc Hagan-Guiry, a paper artist and design director, you don’t have to be a pro in order to successfully put these together. Buildings include Fallingwater, the Guggenheim museum, the John Storer House, and more.

Purchase: $20

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