Top 13 Geometric Pattern Images of 2021

Geo­met­ric pat­terns have long been favored in archi­tec­ture not just for their innate attrac­tive­ness, but also their struc­tur­al prop­er­ties. Most geo­met­ric pat­terns are made up of repeat­ed tri­an­gles or rhom­bus­es. Occa­sion­al­ly you will see many-sided poly­gens or cir­cles. Orig­i­nal­ly cham­pi­oned in Islam­ic art, geo­met­ric pat­terns aren’t hard to find in mod­ern architc­ture. From vast steel struc­tures to end­less glass pat­terns, we hope you enjoy the fol­low­ing com­pli­a­tion of geo­met­ric pat­terns from the Wun­der­stock image library. Many are also suit­able for use as desk­top back­ground or smart­phone wallpaper.

Focus White Metal Frame by Clem-Onojeghuo

Focus White Metal Frame by Clem-Onojeghuo

When peo­ple think of geo­met­ric pat­terns, assort­ments of tri­an­gles in 2D often come to mind. But 3D geo­met­ric pat­terns are all over the place. This par­tic­u­lar pho­to depicts a geo­met­ric pat­tern structure.

 

Architectural Photography of Blue Glass Celing by Scott-Webb

Architectural Photography of Blue Glass Celing by Scott-Webb

This ceil­ing looks almost like it could be made of stained glass, but it actu­al­ly isn’t. This image by Scott-Webb is per­fect for a smart­phone background.

 

Green, White, And Gray Illustration by Ben-Neale

Green, White, And Gray Illustration by Ben-Neale

This stun­ning tri­an­gle pat­tern com­bines sharp geom­e­try with light col­ors and an abstract feel. It’s one of the few illus­tra­tions that made our list.

 

Red Textured Wall by Brodie Vissers

Red Textured Wall by Brodie Vissers

We fea­tured quite a few futur­is­tic geom­e­try back­grounds in this list, so why not include some­thing a bit more clas­sic! This image is the per­fect aspect ratio for a smart­phone background.

 

Latticework of Support Beams in A Ceiling by Zara-Walker

Latticework of Support Beams in A Ceiling by Zara-Walker

Tri­an­gu­lar shapes are pop­u­lar in archi­tec­ture for their load-bear­ing capa­bil­i­ties. You can see an exam­ple of this in the pho­to above.

 

Teal And Pink Artwork by Ferdinand-Stohr

Teal And Pink Artwork by Ferdinand-Stohr

This tri­an­gu­lar grid is mesm­i­riz­ing We love the pur­ple hues.

 

Minimalist Photography of Spiral Structure by Ricardo-Gomez-Angel

Minimalist Photography of Spiral Structure by Ricardo-Gomez-Angel

The beau­ty of this spi­ral struc­ture is the lack of scale. It could be a mas­sive struc­ture or a very small detail.

 

Louvre Pyramid Paris, France by Scott-Webb

Louvre Pyramid Paris, France by Scott-Webb

The Lou­vre in Paris is a quin­tes­sen­tial piece of geo­met­ric archi­tec­ture. Com­plet­ed in 1989, the glass and met­al pyra­mid is vis­it­ed by mil­lions of peo­ple each year. Its base is 112 ft (34 meters) long on each side, cre­at­ing  a sur­face area of (11,000 sq ft. The struc­ture com­pris­es 603 rhom­bus-shaped glass pieces and a fur­ther 70 tri­an­gu­lar glass panels.

 

White Abstract Geometric Artwork by Silvio-Kundt

White Abstract Geometric Artwork by Silvio-Kundt

A clas­sic abstract geo­met­ric archi­tec­ture pho­to suit­able for use as a desk­top back­ground, smart­phone wall­pa­per, or back­ground for a website.

 

Tunnel Urban Path by Mitul Shah

Tunnel Urban Path by Mitul Shah

Round is a shape, too! This wind­ing tun­nel is one of our favorite images.

 

Wooden Abstract by Pietro De Grandi

Wooden Abstract by Pietro De Grandi

This geo­met­ric back­ground pho­to uses sharp angles to cre­ate visu­al inter­est but care­ful­ly bal­ances this with the nat­ur­al calm­ing effect of wood.

 

Symmetrical Bridge by Matthew Henry

Symmetrical Bridge by Matthew Henry

Geo­met­ric pat­terns are a hall­mark of archi­tec­tur­al won­ders as seen in the super­struc­ture of this sus­pen­sion bridge.

 

Low Angle Photography of Steel Trusses by Dhruv-Deshmukh

Low Angle Photography of Steel Trusses by Dhruv-Deshmukh

Geo­met­ric pat­terns can be seem­ing­ly end­less, or they can have a quick and clear end­ing as is the case with this geo­met­ric ceil­ing photo.

 

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