Incredible Origami Architecture - Sergei Tarasov's paper Structure is Incredible

42 year old Sergei Tarasov has built an incredible replica of  Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, from paper. The replica 1.5 metres tall and tens of thousands of pieces of paper were used to build the historic landmark of Moscow.

  Sergei is a teacher and teaches origami to students at a school in the town of Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. He is a big fan of the sophisticated Japanese art and he is planning to create Kremlin and Red Square in near future.

  Sergei's detailed replica of Saint Basil is one of his astounding collection for which he even did not take any sketch in creating the masterpiece. (via)

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