Corrugations


More restrictive types: abstract corrugation-tessellation, abstract corrugation, figurative corrugation, origami-first design corrugation

There is no universally accepted definition of an origami corrugation, but the one I like to use says that a corrugation is an origami model which has just a single layer of paper “in most places”. While not very precise, it gives a good idea of what a corrugation looks and behaves like.

This page lists folding instructions for models of a single type. You might be interested in the models themselves instead.
Monument Valley Corrugation

Monument Valley Corrugation

A crease pattern was published in CDO Convention Book 2018 (Convention Book of Italian Origami Convention).

Epiphany II

Epiphany II

Folding this model is about as simple as it gets: Start with a square or rectangular piece of paper. Pleat into 32-nds (if...