By: Patsy Wang-Iverson, Robert J. Lang and Mark Yim
This is a different kind of origami book. You won’t find any diagrams or models in it, instead you’ll find a bunch of essays about origami theory.
The book is a result a conference, the fifth one of these conferences, held at the Singapore Management University in 2010. During this conference a series of meetings explored the connections between origami, technology, mathematics, education and other academic fields.
The first section of the book is all about the history, art and design of origami. The next section has essays about origami in education, science, technology and engineering. The final section of the book is all about the mathematics behind origami.
If you’re interested in the art form of origami, its history, mathematics and modern applications in science and technology then you’ll find the collection of essays in this book very interesting.
You can read my full review of the book here.