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Daniel Piker

Daniel Piker demonstrates numerous ways where paper is folded into deployable, transformable and bistable structures, and even auxetics and linkages.

Daniel is a student of architecture in London and is currently studying part time for Diploma in Mathematics, leading to Ba/BSc Mathematics.

Click on image for a clearer view of patterns with their matching foldings below.

Daniel has generously shared his folding and cutting patterns with anyone who is interested to develop from his explorations. Find a clearer version of the top row, third pattern from left here. Just print out and fold along the lines. Solid lines fold up and dotted lines fold down. You can find more on his blog.

For more information, visit Daniel Piker's blog, vimeo and flickr

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