Well II

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Paper: Tant
Type: classic tessellation, abstract aperiodic tessellation (implies: abstract tessellation, abstract, geometric, pattern, abstract periodic tessellation, non-recursive periodic tessellation, periodic tessellation, tessellation)
Author: Michał Kosmulski
Colors: red
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This is another approach to the subject I already presented in Well I, with the central square being larger and the arrangement of bricks around it having axial in addition to rotational symmetry. I have also noticed this pattern used in architecture, for example on the floor near the entrance to the Dominican church in Warsaw’s Służew district.

The front of this tessellation is a flagstone, and the back is one almost: it has a non-flagstone hole in the center. Just like Well I, the pattern can grow out to infinity, but I also believe it to be possible to tile finite subsets side by side.