This is based on Goldberg polyhedron with tetrahedral symmetry where the edges have been replaced with corrugated plastic squares.
Background and Inspiration
This was the result of a hands-on mathematical art sculpture construction I led at the Bridges Conference in Stockholm, Sweden On July 28, 2018. Participants of all ages helped assemble this piece during a community event. Following the assembly activity, the piece was donated to the National Museum of Science and Technology (Tekniska museet).
I am grateful for all the participants at the Bridges Conference Family Day event who helped assemble this piece!
- See the page on Expanded Polyhedral Forms.