The Bakery was a component of the installation that was proposed fairly early on. Its original blueprint was drawn by Dominique Ehrmann; it was later slightly adapted by Edmund Harriss, to bring angles in more complete harmony with pentagonal symmetry. It was built out of wood by Edmund and Gavin Smith. The design of theContinue reading “Bakery – Fabrication”
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Curio Shop – Mathematical Connections
The Curio Shop is named Conway’s Curios, in tribute to famous mathematician John H. Conway, who died in 2020 from Covid-19. Read more about the Curio Shop Next: Mathematical Connections in the Terrace
The Mandelbrot Bakery
Discover the mathematical inspiration underpinning the creation of the Mandelbrot Bakery.
One of Marjorie Rice’s tilings, symmetry, Vladimir Arnold’s cat, dynamical systems and many more mathematical concepts are represented in this charming bakery.
Conway’s Curios is a small shop that satisfies your need for all sorts of curious mathematical objects. It sits downtown in the imaginary world of Mathemalchemy, created by a collection of mathematicians and artists.