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Old 01-08-2020, 05:20 PM
John Wagenseil John Wagenseil is offline
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Edo Period 3D paper tea house plans

During Edo period and later, Japanese builders used folding 3D paper plans as guide to construction. Like many other Japanese paper models and crafts these are unobtanium, I have found many pictures of unfolded plans and of the folded up plans in an envelope, but no images of the individual pieces from which to construct the plans.

Here is short video of the building plans for a tea-house.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O5PoKDCzTE

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Hints for making your own 3D folding plans
https://www.takumi-lab.com/2017/02/2...5%B5%E5%9B%B3/

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