Platonic and Archimedean Solids
by Daud Sutton
What happens when space crystallises and points begin to arrange themselves into a sphere? Why were primordial sages fascinated with five simple forms? How does the three-dimensional jigsaw fit together? Why is this truly universal science? An understanding of the Platonic Solids, and their close cousins, the Archimedean Solids has long been required of students seeking entry into ancient wisdom schools. This book, illustrated by the author, is a beautiful introduction to three-dimensional mathemagical space.
Publisher: Wooden Books
Dimensions: 12.2 x 14.8 x .8cm
Weight: 82 grammes