designed by Tomoko Fuse
I saw a picture of such a model in an exhibition book that featured Tomoko Fuse's work. You cut two sides of an isosceles triangle, and then use the flap to fold a spiral. Depending on the angles you choose while folding the spiral, the result will take different shapes. I decided to try my best to fold the angles evenly, thus resulting in a spiral that lies central on the third side of the triangle.
Paper: 19.5cm square of transparent paper
The base is a simple square box folded from 4 sheets. The lid is a combination of two lily modules, and two hydrangea modules. Someone in the Oxford Origami Society requested this model to be taught in one of our sessions, so I thought I should give it a try.
Paper: 8 sheets of 15cm Kraft paper
Finished model: 8cm x 8cm x 4cm
Folded on: 28 October 2008