This series is inspired by decorative penrose and tessellation tiling work used in Islamic architecture (also known as Girih and Zellige tiling) -- where flat surfaces are covered with tiles in periodic and aperiodic patterns. Each of the following are single photographs of buildings / built space -- tiled into a mosaic.


Midtown East - NYC

Midtown East - View from Queensboro Bridge descending into Manhattan -  NYC

Midtown East - NYC

Upper East Side - NYC

William Street, Financial District - NYC

Upper East Side - NYC

Tribeca - NYC

Midtown East - NYC

York Street - Upper East Side - NYC

Midtown, NY, NY

Midtown East - NYC

Upper East Side, NY, NY

Midtown, near Grand Central Station. NY, NY

Midtown, NY, NY

Midtown East - NYC

Centre Street, NY, NY

Staircase, Malcolm Forbes Mansion - NYC

Midtown East as seen from the Queensboro Bridge, NY, NY

Williamsburg Bridge - Brooklyn, NY

Upper East Side - NYC

Apartments on the East River viewed from the Queensboro Bridge. NY, NY

Midtown East, NY, NY

Midtown East, NY, NY

Apartment building staircases. NY, NY

Roof, Upper East Side, NY, NY

Apartment building courtyard and staircase, East Village, NY, NY

Apartment building staircases - North Houston - NYC

Staircase in single-room-occupancy building. East Village, NY, NY

Staircases - apartment East Village - NYC

Roof - Upper East Side - NYC

Citibank Building Midtown East - NYC

East Village  - NYC

Upper East Side - NYC

Upper East Side - NYC

Financial District - NYC

Times Square - NYC

Staircases - apartment building  - NYC

Church - East Village - NYC

View looking north from Queensboro Bridge - Midtown East - NYC

Bogota, Colombia

Chelsea - NYC

Construction site viewed from Queensboro Bridge - Queens, NY

Upper East Side - NYC

Apartment buildings - Midtown East - viewed from Queensboro Bridge - NYC

View from a roof - Upper East Side - NYC

Upper East Side - NYC

Denver Public Library - Denver, CO

Manhattan Detention Center, aka "the Tombs" - Downtown  - NYC

Astor Place - NYC

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