Are you looking for a construction project for the October long weekend?…….Well, now you can construct your very own model of the Mitchell Building.
Harald and Esther from the University Space Planning Team have created a wonderful “Kirigami” paper model complete with portico and spire. So now you can build and enjoy a little piece of the University at home.
“Kirigami” is similar to origami in that it is a form of paper art. The major difference is that in origami, you fold paper whereas in kirigami, you fold and cut paper
For the best results you should print out on 120gsm paper or card (normal 80gsm photocopier paper is OK, but the thicker the paper the better)
To get your construction project underway, click here to download your ‘blue prints’.