Two Versions of a 72-Pentagon Polyhedron

Here’s the first one:

72 pentagons

To make the next one, I rendered the twelve regular pentagons invisible, and put the remaining sixty faces in “rainbow color mode,” using Stella 4d, software you can try at this website.

72 pentagons rainbow

About RobertLovesPi

I go by RobertLovesPi on-line, and am interested in many things, a large portion of which are geometrical. Welcome to my little slice of the Internet. The viewpoints and opinions expressed on this website are my own. They should not be confused with the views of my employer, nor any other organization, nor institution, of any kind.
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3 Responses to Two Versions of a 72-Pentagon Polyhedron

  1. swo8 says:


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  2. Philip Brown says:

    please tell us the name of this polyhedron. Where can we get more information about it?

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    • Most of the polyhedra on my blog do not have names, for the simple reason that I’m continually seeking “new” ones (ones that have not been seen before). This is one of those, so far as I know.


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