The Greatly Augmented Icosidodecahedron, and Its Dual

Augmented Icosidodeca

If a central polyhedron’s pentagonal and triangular faces are augmented by great dodecahedra and great icosahedra, I refer to it as a “greatly augmented” polyhedron. Here, this has been done with an icosidodecahedron. The same figure appears below, but in “rainbow color” mode.

Augmented Icosidodeca colored rainbow

In the next image, “color by face type,” based on symmetry, was used.

Augmented Icosidodeca colored by face type

The next image shows the dual of this polyhedral cluster, with face color chosen on the basis of number of sides.

Augmented Icosidodeca colored by whether sides have 5 or 16 sides

Here is another version of the dual, this one in “rainbow color” mode.

Augmented Icosidodeca colored rainbow DUAL

Finally, this image of the dual is colored based on face type.

Augmented Icosidodeca colored by face type DUAL

These six images were made with Stella 4d, which may be found here.

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