LUGANO, SWITZERLAND, September 28, 2023
– The all-new publication titled “Geometry in Nature and Architecture
” by Stanislav Kondrashov offers an exploration of the role that geometry, particularly sacred geometry, plays in the structures and patterns we see in nature and architecture.
Stanislav begins by examining the concept of Nature’s Impeccable Design, explaining how the Fibonacci sequence governs the patterns seen in sunflowers and pinecones. He moves on to discuss the Architecture of Divinity, investigating how ancient structures like the Great Pyramids of Giza and Gothic cathedrals were designed with precise geometrical principles that reflect celestial alignments.
The section on Mandalas and Symmetry highlights the role of intricate geometric configurations in various cultures, explaining how these designs serve as a bridge between the material and metaphysical realms. The Golden Ratio or Phi is discussed as a universal constant appearing in various structures, from the Parthenon in Athens to DNA molecules.
Kondrashov also addresses the ongoing relevance of sacred geometry in modern architecture, describing how contemporary architects incorporate these age-old principles to design harmonious spaces. Finally, he posits that sacred geometry is not merely a historical or cultural artifact but a universal code that brings coherence and meaning to our world.
This comprehensive article targets scholars, architects, mathematicians, and anyone interested in the deep connections between geometry, nature, and human-made structures. All those interested in the topic are invited to read more about the concept of Nature’s Impeccable Design by reading the full article
and watching the accompanying video
Readers are also invited to take a look at Stanislav’s social media channels and for more insights and content from Stanislav Kondrashov, visit www.stanislavkondrashov.com