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A study in opposites, paper architecture renders what is normally solid and durable in delicate, temporary form, whether recreating intricate silhouettes of miniature cities or building full-scale …

The paper version of the Tarsh Mah Hal contrasts with the background. It features a repetition of the dome roofs as well as the arches, as these are the main features Muslim would have on there buildings which distinguish them from the rest of the religious groups.

The paper version of the Tarsh Mah Hal contrasts with the background. It features a repetition of the dome roofs as well as the arches, as these are the main features Muslim would have on there buildings which distinguish them from the rest of the religious groups.

Stephanie Beck creates intricate paper sculptures, topographies or maze-like invented cities which play on different scales of perception: the houses might be seen as models but they also are 1:1 sculptures or birdcages. The cut-out paper structures look at the same time like unfinished...

Building Fragile Cities: Paper Models by Stephanie Beck

Stephanie Beck creates intricate paper sculptures, topographies or maze-like invented cities which play on different scales of perception: the houses might be seen as models but they also are 1:1 sculptures or birdcages. The cut-out paper structures look at the same time like unfinished...

Ingrid Siliakus, Arquitectura en papel

Specializing in the Japanese art form of paper architecture, Amsterdam-based artist Ingrid Siliakus creates incredibly detailed architectural masterpieces from single pieces of paper.

Pop-Up House Party Invitation - Mr Printables

This is a party invitation but. What if we made it look like a gingerbread house? I'm thinking I found my Christmas card for this year! Free printable Pop-Up House Party Invitation.

Architect Constructs 3D Cityscape Paper Sculptures

Architect Constructs Cityscape Paper Sculptures - My Modern Metropolis - Artist Christina Lihan creates amazing depth and detail with just simple sheets of paper

From flat sheets of paper, entire cities emerge, rich in unexpected details like balconies, tiny windows and even little people. Dutch artist Ingrid Siliakus uses an initial 90-degree fold to give her miniature cityscapes depth and dimension, with an end result that is reminiscent of pop-up books.

More paper art-- WOW! Artist Ingrid Siliakus Creates Incredible Pop-Up Cities Cut From Single Sheets Of Paper

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Christina Lihan - Christina Lihan is an American architect/artist that is taking papercraft to a whole new level. Lihan uses her architectural skills to create amazi.

When you see the detail here, it’s no surprise that it took him four years to complete this entire installation. Wataru is a young student in Tokyo. This installation of his even includes electrical lights, and a moving train, all made from paper!

The Most Magical Paper Craft Castle In The World

Close-up of "A Castle on the Ocean" paper sculpture by art student Wataru Itou - photo by tokyobling; This was "hand made over four years of hard work, complete with electrical lights and a moving train, all made of paper!

Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus -- "...Working with paper forces me to be humble, since this medium has a character of its own that asks for cooperation."

Ingrid Siliakus - Paper architect/artist, if you look closely you can see David Bowie in there.

Artwork for Affina Hotel Manhattan lobby by Eiko Ojala

"New York" - Eiko Ojala (Estonian illustrator, graphic designer and art director) (mix of digital illustration, paper textures, and a mix of both real and artificial shadows)