Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus

Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus

Inspired by the work of M.C. Escher, Amsterdam-based paper artist Ingrid Siliakus creates highly complex buildings and even entire cityscapes, each out of a single piece of cut and folded paper.
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Top 10 VisuaLingual Posts of 2009

gingerbread Farnsworth House

This is a fun little exercise; I wish I had thought to do this a year ago to have a point of comparison. In any case, here’s a countdown of the posts on this blog that received the highest number of hits in 2009, each clocking in at over 1000 hits.
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Obsessions Make My Life Worse and My Work Better

Droog Design and Scott Burnham have assembled a team of some of the most innovative designers and architects from around the world to create 13 newly designed interventions, tools, toys and objects that are temporarily placed along a route on the central IJ-riverfront in Amsterdam. The event was called Urban Play, and above is the temporary installation by Sagmeister, Inc., entitled Obsessions Make My Life Worse and My Work Better.
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