Marvelous Modular Origami

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 24, 2007 - Mathematics - 92 pages
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This richly illustrated book provides step-by-step instructions for the construction of over 30 different modular origami structures. The author describes basic folding techniques required to construct the “modules” that are used as building blocks to construct complex ornamental models. The diagrams are clear, crisp, and easy to follow, and are accompanied by inspiring color photographs. Additional tips encourage the reader to design their own original creations.

Advance Praise for Marvelous Modular Origami

"A must-have for any modular origami polyhedra enthusiast."
-Rona Gurkewitz, co-author of Multimodular Origami Polyhedra

"The models are paper folding in its purest form. They range from simple Sonobe to floral and geometrical constructions. All are eye-catching and satisfying to fold, and the finished constructions are pleasing to behold. Also included are short sections on the mathematics behind the shapes and optimum color choices."
-David Petty, author of Origami A-B-C

"In this colorful book, you'll find wonderful original origami modular creations. Meenakshi's clear instructions and helpful hints will have you zipping through these modules as well as improvising your own."
-Rachel Katz, co-author of FUN FOLDS: Language Learning Through Paper Folding

"Marvelous Modular Origami is a colorful addition to the literature of mathematical origami."
-Florence Temko, author of many origami and other craft books

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Contents

Cosmos Ball
18
FanTastic
24
Poinsettia Floral Ball
30
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Meenakshi Mukerji was born and raised in Kolkata, India. She obtained her BS in Electrical Engineering at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and then came to the United States to pursue a Masters in Computer Science. She worked in the software industry for more than a decade before attending a class by Doug Philips, at which point she started folding modular origami and displaying it on her website. She has many designs to her credit. In 2005, Origami USA presented her with the Florence Temko award for her exceptional contribution to origami.

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