Copyright 2003 by M. Mukhopadhyay - all rights reserved


Two views of a brilliant Spiral Cuboctahedron from Tomoko Fuse's Spirals II book

Petali by
Donatella Cecconi

Mina by
Enrica Dray

by ??

20-unit TSU assembly
by Charles Esseltine

English Rose Kusudama
by Valerie Vann

Twistar by
Miyuki Kawamura

Truncated Icosahedron
using UVM by Ravi Apte
Gyroscoped Icosidodecahedron (Rhombic Triacontahedron) and Truncated
Cuboctahedron (Disdyakis Dodecahedron) by Gurkewitz & Arnstein

Pinwheel Dodecahedron
by Tomoko Fuse

30-unit assembly of Curler
by Herman Goubergen

Kantenmodul 2002
by Carmen Sprung
24, 6, 12 and 30 unit assemblies of a unit by Natale Fietta
(the 12-unit one is my favorite as the curves show so well)

60-unit Dodecahedral
Sonobe model

Cube Ring using Simplex
Units by David Mitchell

A Flower Dodecahedron
by Silvana Mamino
Two 30-unit Assemblies of an A4 Unit
by Tomoko Fuse

Valerie Vann's Winged Twist
Model (reverse engineered)
Three views of an interesting polyhedron which looks regular but is not. Made up of 12 pentagons
and 4 hexagons, it has a tetrahedral symmetry. Although the faces appear regular, they are very
very slightly distorted. That's why this polyhedron is not in the Johnson's List. Units are from
Kunihiko Kasahara's Origami Omnibus, or you could use Mark Leonard's Football Units.
Note: All photos on this page are stills from Panasonic PV-DV100 Digital Palmcorder.

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