At Cherry Arbor Design, we create pieces that integrate math and art. We focus on the user experience, drawing people in to actively engage, create, and think about the mathematical ideas underlying our work. We combine our career experiences in math, computer science, teaching, and statistics with the study of art and design of interactive forms.
In our Ann Arbor workshop, we explore our ideas, develop prototypes, and create finished work using an array of materials, including wood, felt, paper, acrylic, Tyvek, and paint. Math and art can be social activities, and we develop those ideas that inspire conversation and the potential for collaboration.
We provide free shipping on all US orders over $30. Free delivery, or pick it up from our workshop if you are near Ann Arbor.
Corona tiles don’t tesselate! This tile has Heesch number 3, meaning that you can go around the central tile three times without gaps, but you can’t make it around a fourth time.