How to make origami chairs

 

 

There are many variety of origami chairs presented here. If the size is not mentioned in the title of origami char, then the size is compatible with the traditional origami chair.

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Origami Chair

classic origami furniture

 

Level

Beginner

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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 an origami chair, (2) if all cushion-folds are applied to the same side, then you will have a fractal origami rose.
 

Simple Regular Origami Chair

 

regular origami chair

 

Level

Beginner

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The regular origami chair requies you to learn 90 degrees valley and mountain-folds. These folding techniques limit the valley and mountins-folding angles to be 90 degrees instead of the usual 180 degrees.
 

Regular Origami Chair

 

 

regular origami chair

 

Level

Intermediate

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The regular origami chair requies you to learn 90 degrees valley and mountain-folds. These folding techniques limit the valley and mountins-folding angles to be 90 degrees instead of the usual 180 degrees.
 

 

Trapezoid Origami Chair

 

regular origami chair

 

Level

Intermediate

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You will learn three versions of trapezoid origami chair here. Three chairs will be shown in the order of difficulty. The name "Trapezoid" comes from the geometrical shape of the side.
 

Large Trapezoid Origami Chair

 

large trapezoid origami chair

 

Level

Beginner

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Initially you need to apply both horizontal and vertical Z-folds. Then a crease pattern is to be applied to make a large trapezoid origami chair.

 
 

 

Origami Chair with Triangular Legs

 

origami chair with triangular legs

 

Level

Intermediate

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This origami chair with triangular legs starts from a masked 8x8 matrix base. One special folding technique you need to learn from this model is reverse swivel-fold.
 

Large Regular Origami Chair

 

regular origami chair

 

Level

Intermediate

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This large regular origami chair starts from a masked 8x8 matrix base. One special folding technique you need to learn from this model is a sophisticated folding similar to chair-fold.
 
 

 

Origami Loveseat

 

origami loveseat
Level

Beginner

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You will apply both horizontal and vertical gate-folds initially. Then you need to apply a chair-fold. It will take 16 steps to complete this origami loveseat.

Gondola Origami Chair

 

 

Gondola origami chair

 

Level

Intermediate

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This Gondola origami chair simulates four chairs used on Gondola boat. A special folding technique that you need to learn from this model is a chair-fold (but you will use more advanced one).

 

Trapezoid Origami Loveseat

trapezoid origami loveseat
Level

Beginner

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Initially both horizontal and vertical gate-folds will be applied. Modified chair-fold will also be applied. It will take 23 steps to complete the trapezoid origami loveseat.

 

Simple Origami Bench

 

 

simple origami bench

 

Level

Beginner

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This simple origami bench starts with 4x4 matrix base. One special folding technique you need to apply for this model is chair-fold.

 

Origami Bench

 

 

origami bench

 

Level

Intermediate

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This origami bench requires two sheets of square paper. One special folding technique that you need to know for this model is Z-fold.

 
 

 

Origami Throne

 

 

origami throne

 

Level

Intermediate

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This origami throne is a simple model to make. Three special folding techniques that you need to learn for this model are inside reverse-fold, nail-fold, and modified chair-fold.

 
 

Wide Origami Throne

 

 

wide origami throne

 

Level

Intermediate

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This wide origami throne starts from a 8x8 matrix base. There is no special folding technique involved wtih this model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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