Say that two triangles are *incommensurate* if they do not
share an edge length or a vertex angle, and their areas differ.
Suppose you'd like to tile the plane with pairwise incommensurate triangles.
I can think of at least one strategy.

Spiral out from an initial triangle in the pattern depicted below, with the red extensions chosen to avoid length/angle/area coincidences with all previously constructed triangles.

^{ The central $\triangle$ is slightly non-equilateral. All $\triangle$s incommensurate. }

It seems clear that this approach could work, although it might not be straightforward to formalize to guarantee incommensurate triangles. Which brings me to my question:

What is a scheme that details aQ.lattice tiling—all vertices at points of $\mathbb{Z}^2$—composed of pairwise incommensurate triangles?

This requires a more explicit design that effectively describes the triangle corner coordinates in a way that makes it evident that no lengths/angles/areas are duplicated. Without such a clear description, it is not even immediately evident (to me) that it is possible.

The same question may be asked for incommensurate simplex tilings with vertices in $\mathbb{Z}^d$.

See also: Tiling the plane with incongruent isosceles triangles.