Galen White prepared a crease pattern for this model, available from his google drive.
Origami boxes in this category are folded in such way that the lid is folded from a single sheet of paper, and the bottom part from a separate sheets. The lids are often decorated. In particular, I often use a box lid to test a tessellation molecule: such a model takes much less time to fold than a complete tessellation with many molecules but already gives an impression of what the molecule is like. Folding only a single molecule also makes it easier to create a clean fold.
Below you can find a precrease pattern and pictures of the collapse. This sequence shows the clean precrease which you get wi...
Instructions for my Houstonia Box were published as part of my Interview for The Fold.
Instructions for the model (CP and pictures of collapse) were published in 18th Outdoor Origami Meeting (2019) Convention Book.
Instructions are available in the 2018 edition of German Origami Convention book.
General This model is based around Square Interlace Tessellation so you can use instructions ...