Method of filling space using polyhedra arranged in such a way that there is no free space, stacking or overlapping between the polyhedra.

  • To create a honeycomb, it is not necessary for all of the polyhedra used to be space-filling polyhedra.
  • When filling a two-dimensional plane space, we use the term tessellation instead.


Here is the beginning of a honeycomb using cubes:

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