I noticed that there is a recurring geometric theme within houses and buildings of all shape and size: Grids! Not only do cities from above look like grids, but within the cities are houses, and within the houses are various textures, patterns, and elements. One of the most overlooked, however, is possibly the floor itself. Many homes have tiled floors; some tiled floors can be very interesting to look at. How much are the floor patterns overlooked?
Just in my travels through the University, I’ve noticed several different patterns that were obviously backed with a lot of careful thought. How long did it take to place these patterns, I wonder?
I noticed the same pattern occuring in the roof of the residence building. I suppose the ceiling is just as looked past as the floor, though the ceiling provides not only light, but shelter!