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Ingrid Siliakus Creates Intricately Layered Architectural Models Using Just One Sheet of Paper

by , 01/21/12
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It was only after carefully studying the professor’s work that Siliakus learned to design these precise constructions. The Amsterdam-based artist transfers the design skills of an architect to a two-dimensional form, examining and exploring how each layer intertwines and overlaps. The work, she says, is a meditative process of cutting and folding the paper into different variations. And the result is extraordinary, a testament to what can be done with just one sheet of paper.

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Images courtesy of Ingrid Siliakus

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  1. PanoramaStreetline January 23, 2012 at 3:28 am

    She must have been the one doing the impressive paper cut city at the beginning of the 2011 Pet Shop Boys Ballet “The most incredible thing” in London?!

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