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  • Selene Alford

    Islamic geometric design.

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    mosaic tile arch morocco

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  • Na Sor

    Archway from the Darb-i Imam shrine, Isfahan, Iran (1453 C.E.) with two overlapping girih patterns. The swirling Arabesque ceramic tiles used in medieval Islamic mosaics and architecture were produced using geometry not understood in the West until the 1970s, a new study suggests.

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The Islamic world, primarily of Asia and North Africa, took a radically different approach to mosaics than Europe did. Instead of using tesserae (the small, usually square tiles made from clay, stone of glass) to create a larger recognizable picture, Islamic artists used them to create complex patterns instead. Usually these mosaics formed tessellations, repeating geometric designs of polygons that have no overlaps of gaps.

Ally Squires Kern- Reminds me of your Kiva ceiling! Islamic star patterns.

This Egyptian wall treatment is made up of red, white, yellow, green, and black marble to form a mosaic of geometric patterns based on five and ten point stars typically found in mosques.

of the exceptional Jameh Mosque in Isfahan - another great example of the old style of tile work where every colour is a different tile or a tile inlay. later, multicoloured tiles replaced this time-consuming technique. Thanks for 2600+ views....

♥ Imam Mosque, Isfahan - Iran - Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji - IRAN

the unique blue tiles of Isfahan - We spent several years in Iran back in the 1970s and the mosiac workmanship in Iran (as well as other parts of the Middle East) is absolutely awe inspiring.

mosaics at the West Iwan of the exceptional Jameh Mosque in Isfahan, photo by detengase

Pattern in Islamic Art - BOU 171 moorish arabesque moroccan muslim geometric tile design