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Patterns and Layering is a colalborative Kuma Lab publication, edited by Salvator John Liotta and Matteo Belfiore and designed by Ilse Paklone and Rafael Balboa. My contribution involved the geometrical analysis and visual exposition of Japanese traditional patterns via a classification called Orbifold notation. The aim was to create a representative list of patterns that showcase all seventeen Dihedral Groups, i.e. all types of symmetry possible on the 2-dimensional plane. This research inspired the kinetic facade of Tokyo Replay Center

Published in 'Patterns and Layering' / personal research

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