A Parallelogram-Expanded Snub Dodecahedron

The snub dodecahedron may be thought of as a dozen regular pentagons, surrounded and separated by a sea of triangles. In this expansion of that Archimedean solid, thirty parallelograms are added to the mix, also surrounded by triangles. In the image above, coloring is by face type — for example, the yellow triangles are those triangles which share an edge with a pentagon. Other triangles have other colors.

The image shown below is of the same polyhedron, but with a different coloring-scheme. In it, all triangles are given the same color, even when their shapes are slightly different.

This polyhedron has an interesting all-pentagon dual, which is shown below. This dual has sixty each of both the small and large pentagons, for a total of 120 faces.

I used Stella 4d: Polyhedron Navigator to create these polyhedra, and to make these rotating images. This program may be tried for free at http://www.software3d.com/Stella.php.