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  • Contemporary

    Progressive patterns change visually in structure and/or openness. Strong progressive patterns change over a short distance, like within one 4’ by 8’ panel (as seen in the example of Apiary here). Symphonic progressive patterns change over a long distance, such as across 10 panels used as... Read More
  • Cultural

    Pattern mapping is an exercise in establishing a baseline vernacular for architects, designers, artists, and building owners to discuss and compare patterns objectively in terms of how they will perform in a space. Created by our founder and artist Uriah Bueller, the map evaluates a pattern on... Read More
  • Gotham©

    A world gone mad needs a hero. Our nod to the caped heroes, heroines, and all the villains we love to cheer and jeer, is a playful mix of geometry, perspective, and whimsy… with a dash of raspy voice too. This contemporary design captures our imagination and tells its own story. Read More
  • Julius©

    Honoring the innovation and power of the Roman Empire, Julius Caesar led a legion across the Rubicon, a river that once defined the northern border of Italy, which started the second Civil War in Italy. Aside from any controversy around the impact of the Roman Empire, this famous crossing opened... Read More
  • Las Palmas©

    Inspired by the mid-century modern style of California’s Palm Springs, Las Palmas brings out the charm of a desert oasis and its eccentric architectural style. There, the picturesque butterfly roofs, clean lines, lots of glass, and intricately formed concrete blocks, known as breeze blocks,... Read More
  • Mako©

    As nature has perfected hydrodynamics, engineers work hard to discover further advances. Stingray shagreen and the tooth-like scales of the Mako shark skin are what give these species their grace and agility. The repeated and fractal patterns in water ripples is just one example of nature's gems... Read More
  • Natural

    Progressive patterns change visually in structure and/or openness. Strong progressive patterns change over a short distance, like within one 4’ by 8’ panel (as seen in the example of Apiary here). Symphonic progressive patterns change over a long distance, such as across 10 panels used as... Read More
  • Regent's Park©

    John Muir talked about the mountains as nature's cathedral, a secular but sacred place. That sense of a cathedral can be seen in a canopy of trees when the branches of old oaks arch over a walkway. Regent's Park has been the setting for secular and sacred occasions for hundreds of years, as one... Read More
  • Transitional

    A custom railing above the garage of an auto enthusiast. A custom pattern inspired by the Starbucks Siren's lovely locks. The pre-tested standard patterns that Parasoleil offers are the largest range of patterns across the pattern map, approved by the American Institute of Architects. They are... Read More

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