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This paper explores the working hypothesis that fractal patterns that closely match those found in nature are more likely to convey a strong sense of genius loci to humans by comparison with 'Euclidean' patterns that do not occur in nature frequently. A part of this survey is concerned with showing the pattern-conscious thinking, regarding the façade composition and material textures, of historical buildings compared to different ecological or geological scenes. We also examine the backgrounddoi:10.3390/buildings11010016 fatcat:dc3wnis26vhmrbnqrad6sqra2i