This page has links to all the modular projects on this site.
As opposed to origami models folded out of one piece of paper, modular origami involves the folding of 2 or more units or modules, which are then fitted together to form an object. Usually the pieces are folded in a similar way and fitted together without tape or glue. Modular origami may involve folding anything from the 2-piece traditional menko (a flat envelope) to incredibly complex models comprising hundreds of folded pieces. If you love origami and also love puzzles, modular origami is for you.
If you have any models to share or would like more information, feel free to contact email@example.com
If you would like to start with learning to fold one of the most-used units in modular origami, the Sonobe Unit, click the link below. Once you know how to make the Sonobe Unit, you can use it to fold various two- and three-dimensional shapes.
Alternatively, dive straight in with folding some easy models by following the links below: