“Upon inspection of the geometry of the triangular shaped Fletcher Park, I noticed that the shape of the park is near exact to the 3-4-5 Pythagorean triangle. This particular shape has many interesting properties. Each side can be measured as a rational number, and the shape allows for a substitution rule, meaning the shape can be sub-divided into smaller self-similar shapes, and then sub-divided and divided again.
I had decided to ‘play’ with this geometry a bit as inspiration for the
Date created: 2013
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