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Iaconi-Stewart, who studied architecture in high school, first fell in love with the plane inwhen he saw it on the internet. I had to study videos on YouTube, and I also found a photograph looking at the back of the engine.

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Iaconi-Stewart, who studied architecture in high school, first fell in love with the plane in , when he saw it on the internet. It seems like he nailed it. Think of the wing flaps moving, the landing gear unfolding, the reverse thrusters for the engines. The GEB engine has a maximum diameter inches. It has a beautiful balance between imposing power and refined sleekness that I love. They don't recline, he admits but there are other mesmerizing parts that do move like the cabin doors, the retractable landing gear, complete with suspension, and wing flaps. He cut them out with an X-Acto knife, grabbed them with tweezers, and glued them together.

Were you thinking about building other planes? It has a beautiful balance between imposing power and refined sleekness that I love. GER: Your model is so detailed. Got it? Iaconi-Stewart designed the GE90 engines all the way down to working thrust reversers the mesh part the plane uses during landing.

The life-like landing gear can retract into the wheel bays.

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Did you talk to an engineer? How boring of you. But that's exactly what Iaconi-Stewart likes about it and has kept him going. So he started studying the plane from photographs and a maintenance manual he found online. What began as a school project years ago has morphed into an oft torn apart and then rebuilt model. They don't recline, he admits but there are other mesmerizing parts that do move like the cabin doors, the retractable landing gear, complete with suspension, and wing flaps. Manila folders to be exact again. Now try imagining an airplane. Were you thinking about building other planes? It even includes the sleeping compartments for crew that few people ever get to see.

He cut them out with an X-Acto knife, grabbed them with tweezers, and glued them together. Think of the wing flaps moving, the landing gear unfolding, the reverse thrusters for the engines.

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The aft cargo door attached to the hinge. This is the paper plane designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building, on and off, for nearly a decade.

Now try imagining an airplane. Imagine a paper airplane.

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I spent most of last year working on an ad for Singapore Airlinesand I am just now getting back into wing design, which is the last major part I have to assemble.

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