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While I'm linking Dutch pentagonal tiling architecture, here's an elementary school in Lochem decorated with the Mann–McLoud–Von Derau tile, which in 2015 became the 15th and final Euclidean monohedral pentagonal tile to be found: 19hetatelier.nl/nieuws/wiskund

It's in Dutch but Google translate works well except at one point: the school's name, "De Garve", means "the sheaf", and the article remarks that this is appropriate for a pattern that looks like ears of corn.

Via twitter.com/alexvdbrandhof/sta

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