The space of functions of bounded mean oscillation $BMO$ is defined by the BMO norm \begin{equation} \label{norm} ||f||_{BMO} = \sup_{\text{cubes }Q} \frac{1}{|Q|} \int_Q |u(y) - u_Q| dy \end{equation}

But an equivalent definition is to take the sup over balls instead of cubes. Previously I wondered what other shapes gave an equivalent norm.

**Proposition:** *Suppose $D \subset R^n$ is a open set such that there exists $0 < r_1 < r_2 < \infty$ such that
$$
B(0, r_1) \subset D \subset B(0, r_2)
$$
then the norm given by
$$
||f||_D := \sup_{E \in A_D} \frac{1}{|E|} \int_E |f(y) - f_E| dy
$$
is equivalent to the BMO norm.
The set $A_D$ is $D$ under any uniform scaling, rotations transtions or composition thereof.*

I have not yet proven this, but I think it should be possible by adapting ideas from Stein's Harmonic Analysis.