Monday, November 22, 2010

Asymmetrical Scaling Girih Tiling

Below are three renderings of an asymmetrical scaling girih tiling. This tiling demonstrates that the scaling girih tiles might be extended to fill the plane, and that the scaling could continue as well. In this case I have intentionally ended the boundary with pentagons and decagons at the same scale to indicate the degree of control possible. Depending on requirements, a scaling girih tiling could be made to create controlled patterns, fill a variety of forms, or control a range of line-shape densities.

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