This origami box is decorated with a single molecule of Nuclear Flower Tessellation, a variant of Two-in-One Flower Tessellation. The name stems from the fact that viewed from above, the flower resembles a symbol often used in atomic / nuclear physics — orbitals around a nucleus.
The molecule can be tessellated to fill the whole plane but since it uses an 8×8 grid, when placed centrally inside a 16×16 grid, it can be conveniently shaped as an ornament on the lid of a box. I used this model to test red Elephant Hide paper which I was happy to be able to buy as it is becoming increasingly rare. The paper came in pre-cut 20 cm sheets, and it seems this variant has a declared weight higher than the EH standard of 110 gsm.