Li: Dynamic Form in Nature

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Wooden Books, 2007 - Pattern formation (Physical sciences) - 58 pages
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Welsh Border architect David Wade has spent a lifetime gathering and organising the extraordinary families of surface patterns that nature throws up at every scale. In this book, illustrated by the author, we see branching patterns, animal spots, crack patterns and much, much more.

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Contents

Introduction
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Aggregation
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Anfractuous
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

The author of Pattern in Islamic Art and Geometric Patterns and Borders, David Wade has had a lifelong interest in design and science and has established a number of businesses related to architectural design. After traveling extensively in the Far East, he now lives in Wales.

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