Similar to the Rectified Truncated Icosahedron this is the class II variant, using a similar process of twisting the hexagon and pentagon faces of the Truncated Rhombic Triacontahedron so that they face each other point to point instead of edge to edge filling the holes with new triangle faces

It has 30 regular hexagon faces, 12 regular pentagons, 20 equilateral triangles and 60 none regular triangles.

First proposed by Paul Robinson in the google geodesic help group on 5th March 2013 this is believed to be a new polyhedron possibly a near miss Johnson's solid, yet to be confirmed.