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

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

Shanghai, China, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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

Concrete Lightness, Lisbon, Portugal, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Lisbon, Portugal, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Windows, by Jacqueline ter Haar

(via Jacqueline Ter Haar)

Madrid, Spain, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Legoland, by Susanne.D

(via Susanne.D)

Back to a small world, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Holiday Inn São Paulo, by Jacqueline ter Haar

(via Jacqueline ter Haar)

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

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

Untitled, by Manuel Mira Godinho

Squared Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Manuel Mira Godinho

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

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

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.

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