A Radial Tessellation of Regular Decagons and Bowtie Hexagons

decagon and bowtie hexagons

This tiling-pattern could be continued indefinitely, while still maintaining its five-fold radial symmetry, giving it the overall appearance of a pentagon.

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One Response to A Radial Tessellation of Regular Decagons and Bowtie Hexagons

  1. Dave Smith says:

    Nice pattern – if you cut the ‘bow-tie’ in half through the narrowest point to make two smaller pieces, five of them will perfectly fit a regular pentagon.

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