Category Archives: National Labyrinths

A Thank You to Bridges 2014, Gwacheon Museum, Seoul and 광복절

A big thank you from Delegate Dave to the Bridges Organisation and all those connected with the Gwacheon National Museum of Science and others in the stunning city of Seoul who did so much to make Bridges 2014 such a memorable … Continue reading

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A Lattice Labyrinth for Gwangbokjeol – Independence Day of Korea 광복절

By a fortunate coincidence, I’m presenting my lattice Labyrinths paper at Bridges Seoul 2014  on August 15th., which is Gwangbokjeol, 광복절  , the day in which the Republic of Korea (South Korea) celebrates independence from Japan. This generates the separation parameter … Continue reading

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Better World Cup Consolation Tessellations

I’m not sure that the Lattice Labyrinths suggested for Brazil and Argentina are worthy of those great countries.  Here is another, less conventional realisation of Serpentine (9,7) and Serpentine (7,9) in national flag colours. The supertiles are much bolder in form. … Continue reading

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Consolation Tessellations for Brazil and Argentina

Thank you to today’s visitor to this blog from Brazil and best wishes to the inspiring neuro-psychologist from Rio de Janeiro who visited the Celebrating Cromford festival on Saturday 21st. June this year. Not only Brazil, but now also Argentina … Continue reading

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