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Symmetry patterns (and broken symmetries) in this box of the Mozambican handicraft.
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A 632 paving
The shapes inside the tiles break up the schema of symmetry of the hexagonal tiles which l...
A floor 22×
The scheme of symmetry of this floor with herring-bone tiles is 22×.
Symmetry in the African cr...
Symmetry schemes in a Mozambican tray. The image appears in the book Il ritmo delle forme ...
A frieze ∞× on...
A vase decorated with a frieze of type ∞×.
A lamp (nearly) D6
This lamp has a prismatic symmetry group; seen from below it evokes the idea of a rosette ...
A floor *×
A floor with a scheme that has symmetry of type *×.
This lamp is not actually a polyhedron but it recalls the structure of a rhombic triaconta...
A star-shaped lamp
In Stresa, under the archway of a church, a lamp shaped like a small star-shaped dodecahed...
A *632 paving
On the first floor of the Mathematics Department in Milan, in via Saldini 50, the two-colo...
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