All of the polygons in this tessellation are regular. There are only three regular tessellations, and they use, respectively, equilateral triangles, squares, and regular hexagons to tile a plane. There is also a set of eight semi-regular (or Archimedean) tessellations, which you may see here. Archimedean tessellations include more than one type of polygon, but they are vertex-transitive, meaning that each vertex has the same set of polygons surrounding it.
This is a tessellation of regular polygons, but it lacks vertex-transitivity, so it cannot be called a semi-regular (or Archimedean) tessellation. In other words, in this tessellation, there is more than one type of vertex.
There are many such tessellations with an indefinitely repeating pattern. Has this particular one been seen before? I do not know the answer to this question — but if you do, please let me know, in a comment.