I have a friend from the city of
Bari, the capital city of the puglia
region in Italy.
Trulli, from the Albarbello area.
I was inspired to recreate them
using old bus schedule books as
seen on the picture to the left.
What is the symbols of top Trulli?
Maybe you would like to know.
If you'll go to local shops
in Alberobello, you might find
accessories for sale that are
shaped to emulate Trulli's
symbols or Trulli's spires.
Click on the link above for a list
of explanations of the symbols'
As I was folding these origami books for Trulli, an unfortunate train tragedy happened to near Bari (12th of July).
Some Japanese people make origami cranes to pray for lost life or for people fighting disease, a way to comfort the soul .
It is a form of symbolic support for persons who want overcome adversity and tragedy.
This is how I felt as I was making these decorations. I pray for the Victims and I pray for the people who need encouragement .
Thank you for your visit.
Free printable Alberobello
From Canon's creative site. (here)
This toy is like a Russian matryoshka doll.
The website recommends a specific type
of paper, Canon matte paper.
(170 gsm A4 50 Sheets)
Popupcard Trulli of Alberobello
This is Alberobello paper craft by
Popupcard creator in Japan.
He has created a more complex
work. Check it out (here)
From "redhenhome" made
book birdhouses are much closer to
Trulli house shapes.
Please try this folding origami DIY.