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What is Sacred Geometry and Why we Love to Incorporate its Patterns into our Designs

Sacred geometry is a term used to describe the geometric patterns and shapes that are found in nature, as well as in many ancient spiritual and religious traditions. These patterns are believed to have symbolic and spiritual significance, and are often used in art, architecture, and design.

Many of the shapes and patterns found in sacred geometry are also found in nature, such as the spiral shape of seashells, the hexagonal pattern of honeycomb, and the geometric patterns found in snowflakes and flowers. In this sense, sacred geometry is often seen as a way to connect with and understand the natural world, as well as to explore the deeper spiritual and philosophical aspects of life.

In some spiritual and religious traditions, the use of sacred geometry is also believed to have healing properties, and can be used to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. For example, the use of mandalas, which are intricate geometric patterns, is often used in meditation and mindfulness practices to promote relaxation and inner peace.

Our designs have been inspired by nature and sacred geometry.

Overall, the relationship between sacred geometry and nature is one of interconnectedness and harmony, with the patterns and shapes found in both reflecting the underlying unity and order of the universe.


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