# More Uniform Polyhedra

More Uniform Polyhedra

A polyhedron is uniform if all of its faces are regular polygons, and it is transitive on its vertices ("all the vertices look the same"). It is possible for the faces to intersect and for three faces to cross at a point that is not a vertex. This Demonstration shows eleven nonconvex uniform polyhedra and their nets. The wireframe shows some of the edges of the figure.