In Mathematics, a Triangular Bipyramid is a six-sided diamond, made from six isosceles triangle faces. As the name suggests, the Triangular Bipyramid is constructed by joining two Triangular Pyramids (Tetrahedra) along one face. The Origami Triangular Bipyramid is designed by John Montroll, in the book ‘A Plethora of Polyhedra in Origami‘. The last polyhedron that I had made from this book was way back in 2010. I had done the Decahedron then. The Triangular Bipyramid [Continued..]

Platonic Solids – Tetrahedron

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Apr 262019

John Montroll’s book ‘A Plethora of Polyhedra in Origami‘ is one of the best origami books for me. All models in the book are polyhedra, starting with the tetradedron and cube and moving on to the sunken models and the extremely complicated Dodecahedra models. Usually polyhedra models are folded from multiple pieces of paper that are then locked together to form the model. The beauty of John Montroll’s models is that all of them are [Continued..]

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