Nature's Design products embody the profound principles of life, rooted in the mathematical patterns and sequences that define our existence. Crafted with the purpose of reminding us of our true essence, these items are infused with intention, love, and exceptional quality. Nature's Design, in harmony with the sacred Flower of Life symbol, symbolizes our connection to nature and offers a chance to rediscover what nourishes our souls. These products serve as a tangible reminder of the intrinsic bonds that tie us to the natural world, encouraging us to reconnect with the essence of life itself.
The Golden Ratio has been revered for its timeless beauty and aesthetic harmony throughout history. Its influence can be observed in art, architecture, design, and the natural world.
Nature's Design holds the Golden Ratio as a foundational principle in crafting their products, drawing inspiration from its prevalence in nature. This ratio, represented by the mathematical phi number (1.618), signifies the perfect balance of proportions. It occurs when the ratio of the larger part to the smaller part is the same as that of the whole to the larger part.
Every glass and porcelain item created by Nature's Design is meticulously designed in alignment with the Golden Ratio. This intentional design not only pleases the eye but also harmonizes with the flow of life force energy, imparting a unique and energizing quality to each piece.
THE FIBONACCI SEQUENCE
The Fibonacci sequence, much like the Golden Ratio, is a fundamental concept that mirrors the growth patterns found in nature, such as the arrangement of leaves and flowers on plants. It gives rise to left and right-handed spirals with specific ratios, like 8 to 13 or 21 to 34, all of which are part of the Fibonacci sequence. When you divide these numbers, you consistently get a result of 1.618, known as "Phi" or the Golden Ratio.
In natural phenomena like sunflowers, each core belongs to both a left-handed and a right-handed spiral. What's fascinating is that the numbers of these spirals are always adjacent numbers in the Fibonacci sequence. For instance, you can find combinations of 21/34, 34/55, 55/89, and especially in larger sunflowers, 89/144 cores. This pattern extends to other natural elements such as daisies, pine cones, cabbage, and pineapples.
The Fibonacci sequence starts with 1+1=2, then 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8, 5+8=13, and so on, where each subsequent number is the sum of the two preceding numbers. The ratio between these consecutive numbers in the Fibonacci sequence is always approximately 1.62, which is the Golden Ratio. For example, 34 divided by 21 equals approximately 1.62, and 55 divided by 34 also equals approximately 1.62, and so on.