Daily Lego Maths: Day 27

Here is a pattern made from red and white bricks.
What do you notice? What do you wonder?
Can you figure out how the pattern might have been made?
Can you figure out how the pattern might continue?

A triangular shape made from white and red 2 by 2 lego bricks on a grey baseboard. The top row has a single white brick in the middle, then each subsequent row has one extra brick down to the bottom row which has 15 bricks. There are single red bricks and inverted red triangles inside the white triangular shape, beginning the fractal pattern known as sierpinski's triangle.

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