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Origami four objects four techniques 7th November

This is a course inspired by the papers with nice patterns from Cambridge imprint. In this course, Mihiro Burman will show how to make 4 different kind of paper objects and you can use four different patterns from the paper collection.

One of the objects will be an "Orihon", a book with Japanese traditional accordion construction. The second one is origami pop up book, the third one is a card case with a special folding construction created by the well known American bookbinder, Hedi Kyle. And the last one will be a box by origami technique. All the techniques are useful and functional. The course is suitable for both of beginners and advanced. his course will be given principally in Swedish.

Place : Manos
Date : 7/11 
Time : 17.30-20.30
Fee : 600kr ( inkl. moms, material and fika)

For application and more information please contact mihiro@burmanform.se

 

Fotograf: Mihiro Burman

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