Skeleton (4) (CFW 234)

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Folding instructions: Skeleton (4) (CFW 234)
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Paper: Tant
Type: abstract corrugation-tessellation (implies: abstract corrugation, abstract tessellation, abstract, corrugation, geometric, pattern, abstract periodic tessellation, non-recursive periodic tessellation, periodic tessellation, tessellation)
Author: Shuzo Fujimoto
Colors: brown and beige

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This is one of Shuzo Fujimoto’s designs that include the word skeleton in their names. They are corrugations, aligned into 3D structures that look like intersecting planar fragments. The number 4 in this model’s case comes from the fact that it has 4 sides when seen from above. Another name (originally in English) that appears in Fujimoto’s books is Skeleton Complex (4) with a square. The last grid row at the end of the model can be left open, forming a kind of box, folded down to form a flat surfaced, or used to connect multiple models into a longer assembly. It is, of course, also possible to extend the model by folding it from a rectangle instead of a square.