Do not adjust your screen. What you are looking at is not a glitch, not an alien experiment, and not a broadcast test pattern. It's just a handful examples of extremely repetitive architectural patterns in buildings from around the world.

Welcome to my round apartment, The Hague, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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My green dream, Utrecht, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Shanghai, China, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Confetti, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Concrete Lightness, Lisbon, Portugal, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Lisbon, Portugal, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Windows, by Jacqueline ter Haar

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(via Jacqueline Ter Haar)

Madrid, Spain, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Legoland, by Susanne.D

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(via Susanne.D)

Back to a small world, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Holiday Inn S√£o Paulo, by Jacqueline ter Haar

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(via Jacqueline ter Haar)

This is not a container dock, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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dot.build (RMIT Design Hub), Melbourne, Australia, photo by Manuel Mira Godinho

Untitled, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Squared Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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Back to a small world 2, Budapest, Hungary, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Squared Mondrian, The Hague, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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An architecture of density, a photoset shot in Hong Kong, by Michael Wolf

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The images above are from the Flickr stream of Manuel Mira Godinho and But Does It Float, except when noted otherwise.