A Geometry of Early Islam – ABJAD, Circles and a Door

“3D Thinking” Pages 175 to 177 Islamic Geometry: This Seljuk period door dates from 13th-century Anatolia and stands as a possible example of a use of numeric values to communicate a message. The door’s design is based the Islamic “close-packing circle” method of design – in this case an arrangement of close-packing circles within a pentagon. The two primary numbersContinue reading A Geometry of Early Islam – ABJAD, Circles and a Door