Design Matters

Design Matters

The rhythm of geometry surrounds our everyday lives. It is found consistently in both manmade structures and the natural world. The Fibonacci sequence found in the natural world creates complex mathematical shapes and patterns – honeycombs, snowflakes, seashells, the intricate beauty of crystals and plants all in perfect geometrical alignment and symmetry. Fantastic, modern architecture echoes this natural sequence, offering harmony and proportion with regular repeating angles and planes. Origami – the Japanese art of paper folding similarly creates structure – a piece of paper manipulated through a series of strategic folds into elegant three-dimensional shapes. This inspiration can be used to generate woven designs with angled surfaces and geometric elements that are experimental, unexpected, unusual and playful.Image_1



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