There’s a chapter on origami in my book The Gecko's Foot. That is origami as used in technical devices from space arrays to architecture, and also in nature. Paul Jackson’s book is a manual of the principles that allow you to create structures from paper that fold up in remarkable ways. The best knowing examples are lampshades, but readily deployable buildings can be made by the same processes.
In the past, I’ve made leaf-oris and Miura-ori maps but never the more complex patterns. A new challenge for the New Year.