Butterfly Pendant takes form in a grid of pentagon and triangle. Its outline mimics a butterfly, but its inner part is composed of hundreds of faceted pentagons, and each pentagon is made up of 13 triangular facets. So there are thousands of triangular facets in this butterfly, and the composition in hierarchy provides its multi-level appearance.
The triangular facets, tilted in a variety of angles, lend the exterior a dynamic yet metallic aesthetic that establishes a strong and modern identity. There would be an interesting interaction between the pendant, ambiance and viewers. The whole piece is a good combination of nature and mathematics.