Kirigami Art of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Best Architectural Works

Artist Marc Hagan-Guirey pays hommage to one of the greatest American architects, Frank Lloyd Wright. The British artist is specialized in kirigami, the Japanese art of cutting and folding paper. After the Star Wars saga, he explores the creations of the famous architect, representative of the Prairie style. In his book, “Paper Models“, Marc Hagan-Guirey invites us to make ourselves kirigami versions of the most beautiful buildings of the architect. A good occasion to rediscover the Guggenheim Museum of New York, the Fallingwater house or the Imperial Hotel of Tokyo with patience and meticulousness.

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo.

Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois.

Storer House, Hollywood, California.

National Life Insurance Building (unrealized)

Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania.

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