pop-up design
Origamic architecture: pop-ups in 3 parts
Origamic architecture: pop-ups in 3 parts
Praga 1
Origamic architecture model freely inspired by Charles Bridge in Prague.
Horitzontal pop-up.
Praga 2
Origamic architecture model freely inspired by Prague cathedral.
Vertical pop-up.
Beetle
Classic style pop-up made up of different parts that must be assembled and glued on a base.
Gothic courtyard
Origamic architecture model representing a Gothic courtyard.
Vertical pop-up.
Portal
Origamic architecture model recreating the fa├žade of a Romanesque church.
Horitzontal pop-up. This one is a bit tricky: the central portal must be folded in reverse.
Gothic cloister
Origamic architecture model representing a Gothic church with a cloister.
Vertical pop-up.
Gothic ensemble
Origamic architecture model representing a Gothic church with a cloister.
Three different pop-ups (two horizontal and one vertical) must be folded separately and then combined in a tridimensional structure.
Template includes instructions on how to assemble all the parts. 
Toscana 2
Origamic architecture model of a fortified city on a hill.
Vertical pop-up.
Toscana ensemble
Origamic architecture model of a city on a hill.
Three different pop-ups (two horizontal and one vertical) must be folded separately and then combined in a tridimensional structure.
Template includes instructions on how to assemble all the parts. 
Acropolis
Origamic architecture model inspired by Greek temples.
Desplegable horitzontal.
Acropolis ensemble
Origamic architecture model inspired by a Greek acropolis.
Three different pop-ups (two horizontal and one vertical) must be folded separately and then combined in a tridimensional structure.
Template includes instructions on how to assemble all the parts.