Whether minimalistic puzzles or artful LEGO builds, we've seen a lot of people take on meditative crafts and challenges at home over the last two years. And if you're looking to switch things up with something even more relaxing, kirigami — the Japanese art of folding paper with small cuts — is the play. Especially so when combined with Frank Lloyd Wright's most iconic modernist architecture.
The easy-to-follow book Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models contains step-by-step instructions and a removable template for each of the 14 different kirigami models, along with a short history of each design. And for the most intricate aspects, the templates arrive pre-cut for greater ease and zero stress.
Grab a copy here and fall into the origami alternative.