Modular Picture Frame

Model
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Folding instructions: Modular Picture Frame
This is the primary page for this model.
Paper: Kami (patterned, 1:2 rectangle for each unit)
Type: origami-first design corrugation, other modular origami-first designs, picture frame (implies: corrugation, geometric, modular, multi-sheet, modular origami-first design, origami-first design)
Author: Hans-Werner Guth, Michał Kosmulski, other/uknown
Models using this unit: Maltese Cross Framed
Units used: Modular Picture Frame (current page), by: Hans-Werner Guth, Michał Kosmulski, other/uknown
Unit count: 4
Colors: blue
In albums: Models designed by me and by others, Modular ① – few units

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A modular version of this picture frame. Folded from 4 units, each from 1:2 paper.

Modular version is easier to assemble and can be made with smaller paper sheets than the single-sheet version. This model also shows how the proportions of the frame (width, height, depth and breadth) can be varied independently.

Inspired by models by Hans-Werner Guth who, as I later learned, has designed an almost identical model. Given the simplicity, I assume an exactly identical design must also have already been folded by others before. His work in turn is based on the designs of Thoki Yenn.

You can find an example of how a tessellation can be placed in the frame in Maltese Cross (framed) model.

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