Just Twist, About Minimal Origami Models Based on Polyhedra Structure

Krystyna Burczyk and Wojciech Burczyk
Proceedings of Bridges 2011: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture (2011)
Pages 511–514


Origami is usually recognized as an art activity that requires a lot of folding to convert a plain sheet of paper into a piece of art. As mathematicians we asked a question what is the lower number of crease lines that create a non-trivial origami model. And we have found that the answer is: zero lines.

The paper presents a method that leads to astonishing origami models without any single crease line.