Elin Araçları,
Soyu Tükenen Çizim Enstrümanları

Canlı Kartografya, Yerin Transkriptleri
Lines of/for/among/around 

Drawing Atlas
on Atlas
Spirited Beyond: Speculative Perspectival Distortions & Embodied Investigations 
Bio-materials & Composites 
Crafting 3D Printing
Kağıt-Oluşlar l Paper-Beings
Topographical Narratives
Marble Labyrinth
Other Technicalities
Who is there? Second life of lines
New Year’s Lantern
Imaginary Landscapes
Geometric Stitching
No More No Less
Tacit Dimension of A Painting
Kinetic Constructions
3D Woven Paper Structures

Bilinmeyen İstikametler
Bürosu: Boğaz(içi)

Bedeni Dokumak/Mimari Tekstiller
Basic Design Studio I-II
1:1@1 Venice/Carapace
Lines of Action
Architectural Drawing
Studio I-II

Hybrid Drawing
Assos Kazısı
Ruins and Phantoms at Assos
a Paper Museum
Soft Alphabet

Çizgiyi Kentte Yürüyüşe
Çıkarmak: Boğaz(İçi)
Düşsel Atlaslar: Constant/Calvino Çizgiyi Çekmek ya da
Elin Manifestosu
Kıtanın Başkentleri:
Paris, Berlin
Paris’in Psikocoğrafyası:
Çıplak Kent

Tipsizlik üzerine Tayfun Gülnar’ın Mimari

Dada Kılavuz
Cehennem Mimarlığı Gordon Matta Clark, Çizgi, 
Kırık, Kesik, Dikiz, Dizi

İçe Bakış/Deniz Bilgin
Bir Anlık Sessizlik üzerine
e-skop yazıları
Nadire Kabinesi
Mario Carpo ile söyleşi
Uçmak üzerine
Halil Edhem/Müzecilik

Boş Ev

Strip Origami, Geometric Paper Constructions with Snapology

Personal Interest in Low-Tech Crafts Making
Lecture & Inclass [Online]
İstanbul Bilgi University, ComputationBased_BasicDesign
Distance Design Education
December 12, 2020



I love low-tech and making by hand.  I am fascinated by paper works, too! Strip Origami is based on folding strips of paper using a special technique developed by Heinz Strobl. Known as “Snapology”, the technique employs the two most basic folds in origami—the valley fold (fold up to make a Vshape) and the mountain fold (fold behind to make a upside-down V-shape) to build 3D geometric paper constructions of durability and more complex ones. By simply changing the length and number of strips that we use, it is possible to create different 3d geometric systems.

In the final assignment called “New Year’s Lanterns”, students are asked to question relationships between geometry, light and material through designing and building a 3D self-standing structural system. I thought that different from past semesters, because of the pandemic 2020, students have limited time to gou out and search for materials. and what about to introduce them Snapology? 

Snapology became one of the techniques introduced to them by me with a lecture and inclass work. As a start, I have demonstrated how to make a paper-strip model based on a Platonic solid. We created  a polyhedra called icosahedron. An icosahedron is made of made up entirely of triangles, and each vertex is a ring of five triangles. Then, we had the chance to experience a polyhedra as a structural component. For this step, we created another Platonic solid called tetrahedron, and using it, we built a wire-frame dodecahedron.

Snapology is  a technique of making in which they could experience the light-weight paper, acetate sheet or cardboard without using any adhesive or tape! Quite satisfactory results are reached at the end and I share them below. 

*Studio Works built using the technique of snapology
in a volume of 180000 cm3, about 70 cm in diameter 

students: Jülide Özarıcı, Deniz Kantar, Furkan Güneş, Erdem Bozkurt

* Studio critics to the final assignment are given together with Bahar Avanoğlu and Meral Erdoğan