||Name: Robert Neale's
Octahedron, Skeletal Octahedron or
Nolid Octahedron (6-part)
Modules / Paper
shape / Folding geometry: 6 modules from squares
using standard folding geometry.
Date: Robert Neale, mid 1960s. Many other
paperfolders have independently originated this
design , including Kunihiko Kasahara, also in the
mid 1960's, slightly later than Robert Neale but
on the other side of the world, and Joe Power, in
Hawaii, sometime in the early to mid 1970's.
Incorrectly attributed to Seiryo Takegawa in
Origami Christmas Tree Decorations, Paul Jackson,
BOS booklet 20, 1982.
On-line diagrams are available on the Modular Designs page of this site.