Geometric panels are a stylish and versatile option making it a great match for a distinct interior look. This stunning paneling style also works as a feature wall.
In this tangible art form, The process gives patterns of life and motion to flat form. Geometry has more value than simply as a means of acquiring a grasp of mathematical concepts.
The geometry started with the division of multi-dimensional circles into equal sized chunks of geometry, point to point and segment to segment which is the primary rules of geometric ornaments. Almost 120 pieces were used to form the final squared panel with the polar array of 11 copy of every piece, each radial group with proper height.
In the geometry of paper folding, a straight line becomes a crease or a fold. Instead of drawing straight lines, one folds a piece of paper and flattens the crease. Folding paper is analogous to mirroring one half of a plane in a crease. Thus folding means both drawing a crease and mapping one half of a plane onto another. As in the usual Geometry, the distinction is being made between experimentation with the physical paper and the abstract theory of paper folding.
The attempt to create three-dimensional, geometric, modular, origami structural models using square paper and simple corner-to-corner and side folds. Next, I combined these modules into the sculptural models. This experiment has expanded my creativity threshold and understanding of geometric forms through creating paper sculptural forms.