Mathematical Origami: Geometrical Shapes by Paper Folding



This book shows the reader how to make a range of robust polyhedra from ordinary printer paper using a technique known as modular origami. Modular origami designs are made by first folding several, or sometimes many, sheets of paper into simple individual modules and then by putting these modules together, normally without the help of any kind of adhesive, to create a finished polyhedral form. Modular origami design has moved on since the hugely popular first edition which has been expanded and revised to present both a wider range of designs, and to introduce new designs which are more robust and offer more potential for mathematical adventures. Ideal for the classroom and fun for any enthusiast of either origami, or mathematics. David Mitchell gives clear step-by-step instructions.

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Tarquin Publications
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