QUESTION: Are teapotahedrons platonic?

Charlie Stross (
Fri, 1 May 1998 16:40:51 +0100

I'm just fishing for a reference here ...

I seem to recall hearing about a paper, probably published in the past
two years, in which someone managed to prove that a teapotahedron
composed entirely out of non-uniform rational b-splines can actually
fit the definition of a platonic solid (albeit probably using a
non-Euclidean geometry :).

Do any of you guys remember this paper? If so, do you have a reference
for me to chase up?

-- Charlie