Chinese lattice

Chinese lattice

A combination of horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines, slats, or bars, that form a geometric pattern, as in Chinese Chippendale.
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Figure 4 shows Chinese lattice with mirror line and a miracle.
We have to remember that any Chinese lattice is a finite object.
It is a very tempting to start designing a Chinese lattice by drawing the base motif by hand.
It is interesting to see which symmetry groups Chinese lattice designers liked the most.
We didn't even mention a specific type of Chinese lattice that is known as symmetrical ice-ray.
One such new entry is Chinoiserie, which uses Oriental blossoms, Chinese lattice and scroll.
Most Chinese lattice patterns can be modeled using line segments in 2D.
The very first Chinese lattice that everybody can see when entering Zhouzhuang is the lattice on the balcony of the entrance gate (see fig.
In this example, we will look on the Peano curve and show how we can construct a Chinese lattice based on this curve.
The New Book of Chinese Lattice Designs, Dover Publications, Inc.
Later, these wooden grids evolved into a very sophisticated form of applied art known as Chinese lattices.

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