The thin needles of this polyhedron resemble a daring sea urchin. Or maybe it is a piece of a mysterious Venetian carnival? Take a closer look, how many stars can you count in these bright rays? Do not forget to return to reality when you understand the cosmic forms.
* detailed description of the polyhedron on the pages of the set "Magic Edges".
Detailed assembly from Alexei Zhigulev (youtube-channel - Origami)
Detailed assembly from Andrei Lomakin (YouTube channel - Sekretmastera)
There are five regular polyhedra: a tetrahedron, an octahedron, a cube (also known as a...