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Mako©

As nature has perfected hydrodynamics, engineers work hard to discover further advances. Stingray shagreen and the tooth-like scales of the Mako shark skin are what give these species their grace and agility. The repeated and fractal patterns in water ripples is just one example of nature's gems that inspire and challenge us to see the world around us a little deeper. This pattern can be used as its fully revealed repeated and mirrored pattern, or as an unexpectedly progressive version of the same.

Pattern Openness

17%

Pattern Scores

  • Shade
    9 / 10
  • Privacy
    9 / 10
  • Biomimicry
    8 / 10
  • Structural Strength
    10 / 10
  • Small Hole Size
    7 / 10
  • MESh
    6 / 10