To wind up this rather long stretch of origami boxes, here is a 10-sided box – the Decagonal Box – created by Francisco J. Caboblanco.
This box is actually simpler than quite a few of the other modular boxes, in that, it requires only 2 squares of paper for the base and 2 more for the lid. Each square is pleated into 6 pleats and then joined together so that one pleat overlaps, to give a 10-sided structure.
A rather fishy box huh?? 🙂
Model: Decagonal Box
Creator: Francisco J. Caboblanco
Creator’s Website: Web de Javier Caboblanco
Instructions Link: Wayback Machine (Beta)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Number of Modules: 2 for base and 2 for lid
Paper Size: 7.5 inch squares for base and 8 inch squares for lid