Mathematical Window Patterns The Art of Creating Translucent Designs Using Geometric Principles by William Gibbs
  

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Mathematical Window Patterns The Art of Creating Translucent Designs Using Geometric Principles by William Gibbs

A collection of patterns using overlapping regular shapes, which when made using coloured paper and placed over a window, allow light to filter through the layers revealing an attractive and colourful pattern. Full descriptions and plans are included.

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Format

Paperback
36 pages

Author

William Gibbs
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Publisher

Tarquin Publications

Publication date

30th June 1999

ISBN

9781899618316


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