Architect Lane Allen has a life-long passion for art, origami, geometry, and structure. He explores the relationships—both real and imagined—among the geometries of origami, the geometries of structure, and works of architecture, both modern and historic.
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And you can follow him on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/tuannguyentu/