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Blakeview, South Australia, Australia / November 16, 2010
Peter Craig built a triangular structure out of 66 toilet paper rolls.
- no outside support permitted - glue and other adhesives not permitted - each tier must have fewer rolls than the one beneath it
paper, building, roll, triangle, toilet paper, design
Can the criteria for this record be defined: I'm assuming the "triangle" is specifically NOT a pyramid. Also can the base be slightly curved to allow a higher structure. Also, must each roll be at least 1cm apart as pictured or can they be closer together? Must rolls be ordered in the 4-3-2-1 pattern? Can levels have multiple rows for stability?
TaiStar on 12/16/2014
PeterCraig on 11/16/2010
ScottWinfrey on 10/12/2009