I was interested in the rhythmic pattern structure of the building and how this could be emulated using a simplified grid of squares (3).
Stretching The Grid
Stretching the grid of squares wider (4) made a series of long rectangles – more reminiscent of Park Hill.
Adding Another Layer
The final layer was a paler duplicate of the wider squares (5) shunted along to create a rhythm.
Used on Upholstery
The final stretched designs have a feel of woven fabric or perhaps tartan. Maybe they also have a look of London Transport’s tube train upholstery. I have shown them as flat designs rather than in a location. This pattern would work on upholstery, or perhaps thick curtains, or even throws.