Snub Cube with Windows, from Unit Origami: Multidimensional Transformations by Tomoko Fuse.
The snub cube is one of those fancy Archimedean solids, for when you’re bored with the Platonic solids. Each vertex lies at the intersection of one square and four triangles. All together, there are 24 vertices, 60 edges, 32 triangular faces, and 6 square faces. And can you imagine, it’s only made of 12 sheets of paper? [Read more…]