Arabesque Pattern

A term of art referring to a key histologic feature of end-stage panniculitis in patients with lipodermatosclerosis
Sequence The early lesions of lipodermatosclerosis are that of lymphocytic septal and lobular panniculitis, followed by ischaemic fat necrosis and the formation of variably sized cystic spaces lined by thick, eosinophilic, PAS-positive material—thought to represent adipocyte membrane material—arranged in a pattern likened to the mosiac patterns of the Moors and other artists of the Arab world
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The binding was of blue velvet, with clasps of silver worked in beautiful arabesque patterns, and with a lock of the same precious metal to protect the book from prying eyes.
However, the benefit of living in the Middle East has encouraged me to be influenced by my local environment and develop my painting style into more Arabesque pattern styles and experiment with more abstracted views of the Doha skyline," Watkins said.
The pattern of plinth tiles is not the same, the margins have arabesque pattern, and in the middle floral is used.
New York-based SOMA Architects has designed the hotel with an outer glass facade that gives it a regional identity, while an Islamic-inspired Arabesque pattern will be silkscreened onto the glass structure.
SHAYAN RESTAURANT The Persian Shayan restaurant features screened dining areas around identical columns, from which at the floor surface an intricate contemporary arabesque pattern of contrasting stones radiates.
In "The Philosophy of Furniture," Poe promotes the arabesque pattern as a way to ameliorate Americans' "corruption of taste," and thus the design creates not chaos, but refined comfort.
The Arabesque pattern reflects the local culture and traditions while retaining a modern design, suitable for people who wish to reinvent spaces with a hint of regional taste.
The hand crafted Alpine Bull leather customary to Rolls-Royce has been elegantly embroidered with an Arabesque pattern, in addition to an intricately weaved silk pattern to form the centre console armrests front and back.
Now boasting a modern blue and beige interior, the contemporary lobby features floor-to-ceiling columns and glass panels embossed with Arabesque patterns, plus elegant lighting to add to the ambience.
These are rendered with a local twist featuring the JBR skyline and Arabesque patterns within the forms, and visitors have been lining up to have their pictures taken as winged angels and super-fit weightlifters.
The artwork - a kind of a dome with pierced Arabesque patterns inspired by the influential Islamic designs - attracted a large number of visitors and families who were seen photographing and admiring its unique design.
A silver-toned dome with perforated arabesque patterns appears to float over the white galleries, creating what Nouvel describes as a "rain of light".