I realise that much has happened since this Topic was started, but for the record …
I am watching Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. While in Spain (Season 2, Episode 1), he and cinematographer Zach Zamboni visit the Alhambra (28:20 – 32:19), palace and fortress of the Moorish monarchs of Granada,* which, according to Bourdain, is “one of the most enchanted, inscrutable, maddeningly beautiful structures ever created by man.”
The Alhambra, as Zamboni explains, depicts and is geometric systems. Bourdain continues, “How did nature unfold, pattern itself? Could the basic patterns of nature, even if divine, be replicated in this magnificent structure?”
Visually, given that Zamboni is a cinematographer and “a bit mad about the place,” the section is arresting, and the mathematics of the building and its decorative features very cleverly revealed (I will see if I can find a screenshot to illustrate, but have included an image from Britannica below**).
The section is (SFW) safe for work.
I have not had a chance to look, but I imagine that there must be other visual sources that illustrate the mathematics of the Alhambra in an equally spellbinding way.