book A Plethora of Origami Polyhedra John Montroll in english
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A Plethora of Polyhedra in Origami

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Welcome to the mysterious realm of polyhedra in origami. Join origami master John Montroll as he takes you on an exploration into the secrets of folding these beautiful shapes, using only a single square sheet of paper for each. Using remarkably innovative techniques, you can create your own seemingly impossible polyhedra.

In this collection of 27 polyhedra, you will earn to fold the five Platonic solids (tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, isocahedron, and didecahedron) and their sunken versions. Other polyhedra included are the pentagonal trapezohedron, hexagonal prism, heptagonal dipyramid, dimpled octahedron, and rhombic dodecahedron. Beginner and expert alike will find many exiting projects by following the step-by-step instructions.

Author : John Montroll pioneered modern origami with the publication of his first book, Origami for the Enthusiast; Dover Publications, 1980, which was the first origami book where each model is folded from single square sheet and no cuts.
In the same book he also introduced the origami term "double rabbit ear fold".
He published at least 24 origami books. He is recognized for the exceptional clearness of his diagrams which makes its models accessible to greatest number.
I recommend his books for all beginners in origami. The folders who love complex should also know his models which propose beautiful, elegant and innovating folding sequences.

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Paperback: 120 pages
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Language: English
Product Dimensions:
21 cm x 29.7 cm

- 27 models diagrams step by step.

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- Review added the Sunday 12 May 2019 by Alessandro B
Great book on geometric complex origami of single sheet solids
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