Mesmerizing Zigzags: Exploring the Herringbone Pattern in Architecture

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Mesmerizing Zigzags: Exploring the Herringbone Pattern in Architecture

Created by a series of angled parallel lines that form a mesmerizing zigzag, the herringbone pattern has withstood the test of time and remains present in diverse design styles. Named after the resemblance to a fish's bones ?a herring, for instance?, this classic V-shaped pattern arranges rectangular blocks in different proportions. With varying bl...
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  • Source of publication: 30-05-2023

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