Origami Piano Set

Introduction: Origami Piano Set

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In this instructable I will be sharing with you the steps to make an origami piano set.
The word "origami" is used as an inclusive term for all folding practices. The goal is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques. Modern origami practitioners generally discourage the use of cuts, glue, or markings on the paper. In sculpting this piano set no glue, cuttings or markings are required.


One side colored and one side white origami sheets ( 2 sheets of the same colour)
Black pen/marker

Step 1: Piano

Take an origami sheet, fold it in half horizontally, unfold and now fold it in half vertically. Now fold, such that vertical edge touches the crease formed from the horizontal fold in the beginning. Now fold both these flaps such that the top edges of these flaps overlaps with the adjacent sides of the respective flaps, a triangular shape will be formed. Open these flaps putting a little pressure inside these triangles opening them as well, so that a hut kind of shape is formed. A flap in the middle will be created, push this flap upwards, fold this in half, on upper half part draw the keys of the piano. Close the halves of the ends of the hut shapes to secure the keys of your piano and its done. Please refer to the images for better clarity of the instructions. Your piano is ready!!
Now, a chair will be needed so that it could be played comfortably.

Step 2: Chair

Take an origami sheet fold it in half vertically, make another fold by folding the formed flaps towards the formed crease such that the sheet is divided into 4 equal vertical strips, remove one strip as it won't be required. Now fold rest of the sheet into horizontal half and rest of the steps are same as done in the piano fold, making the triangular fold opening it into a hut shaped fold then folding the middle formed flap upwards which will form the seat of the chair and securing it by closing the half hut shaped flaps at the ends.
The chair is ready.

Step 3: Putting Them Together

Take the piano and put it closer to the chair or vise-a-versa.
The set is complete now. Enjoy!!

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