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How to make a traditional origami chair

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traditional origami chair

 

Level Beginner
Copyright Traditional

This page is for those who want the instruction to fold a traditional origami chair.

 

The origami chair is very similar to the fractal origami rose. Both models make use of three consecutive cushion folds. The only difference is (1) if you turn the model over between two consecutive cushion-folds, then you will end up with a traditional origami chair, (2) if all cushion-folds are applied to the same side, then you will have a fractal origami rose.

 

Before working on this model, you need to know what valley-fold and mountain-fold are. If you know these two folding techniques, then you will have no problem in making origami chair.

 

If you are ready, then let's get started.

 

If you find any bugs on this instruction, please send an email to HyoAhn's email.

 

You may use any kind of paper to fold the origami chair. It is a little easier if the front and the back side of the paper are slightly different whether it be in texture or color.

Make sure the paper that you use is a square (all sides are equal and all the angles equal 90 degrees). The paper I am using here is 20cm x 20cm square one. It is a good size for those who are not experienced in paper folding. If you are become familiar with this model. Then you can try smaller size paper.

traditional origami chair: front side of paper

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This is the front side of paper.

 

You may use any kind of paper to fold this origami bed.

 

Here I am using a paper with the same color and texture for both front and back sides. But you can use different color and/or texture.

traditional origami chair: back side of paper

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This is the back side of paper.

 

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