One of Brogue’s more optimistic ambitions is to one day call Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic 1935 Fallingwater home. Admittedly that would mean relocating to Fayette County in rural Pensilvania, and the small issue of the house currently operating as a museum, but we like a challenge. In the meantime, Brogue has this fantastic Kirigami book – Japanese art of cutting and folding paper – by Marc Hagan-Guiry. Featuring 14 of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous buildings, each come with step-by-step instructions to create a cardboard Guggenheim, John Storer House or your very own Fallingwater.

Buy now, £20