I am writing a technical report and my idea is to say;
Man-made objects have specific regular shapes, so that similar property can be seen even from building roofs and roof corners.
As I feel the above expression doesn't have academic sound, I modify it as follows
(1.) Due to the regularity of man-made objects, regular shapes can also be seen from building roofs and roof corners.
(2.) Given a regularity for man-made objects, regular shape can also be seen from buildings roofs and roof corners.
I prefer to start the sentence with Given, Being as I saw texts in many text books do so. But now I feel, If I follow my 2nd option then it entirely change my idea. Actually I confuse now.
If you could suggest how my idea convert into academically sound manner, it is very much appreciated.