tetradome fr1

Object designed as a pencil holder or toothbrush holder. Its structure corresponds to a frequency 1 geodesic dome, in other words, an icosaedo with five faces missing. The base is designed to allow the evacuation of water through the centre.

Completely handmade with used tetrapaks, no adhesive (it needs 4 tetrapaks). Completed with PLA (polylactic acid) printed pieces.

It takes 4 almost complete tetrapak and 39 g. of PLA to make a TetraDome Fr1, and a lot of optimization.

You can purchase it in any of the three selling formats.

required tetrapaks

grams of pla






selling formats

One format for those with money. Another for those with time. And one more for those who have a little of each one.


Ready to enjoy. You will receive the finished and working object. Assembled with all the care my hands are capable of.


Ready to assemble. You will receive a kit with all the tetrapak pieces cut, and the PLA printed parts. As well as precise instructions for you to assemble it by yourself.


Ready to manufacture. You will receive all the necessary information to manufacture the object by reusing your tetrapaks. As well as the files for you to print the PLA parts.

assembly video tutorial

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