- Euclidean Windowed Tiling
- Finite Rotations
- Parallelogram Tiles
- Polytopal Tiles
- Polytopal Windowed Tiling
- Rhomb Tiles
- Self-Similar Substitution

The 2dim analogue of the famous Fibonacci tiling in one dimension.
It is just the Cartesian product of two Fibonacci tilings `$F_{1}$`

, `$ F_{2} : \{ T_{1} \times T_{2}\ |\ T_{i}\ in\ F_{i}\}$`

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Obviously, it can be generated by a substitution with three prototiles.
It shares a lot of nice features with the 1dim Fibonacci tiling:
It is a model set (better: it’s mld with one), so it has pure point spectrum.
Its window is just a square. Moreover, it is its own dual tiling.
Trivially, it allows a decoration with Ammann bars.