Vibration is life; the colours, the sounds, the shape of the space, the interaction of the magnetic fields create vibrations, movements between one level and the other of energy, starting from the infinitely small are going beyond the infinitely large multiverse in which we are immersed in a jumble of vibrations that interacting each other. The more, these vibrations are in sync with each other, the more they support and amplify, allowing us to enjoy emphatically in unison, amplified through our inner emotional tuning fork.
The human arts all tend to seek synchronous vibration, science itself, by applying experimentation and conscious verification through the repeatability and predictability of the studied event, explains to us every single component of this puzzle and, day after day, with meticulous patience, allows us to progress and get closer to the global vision.
Of all the arts, architecture and sculpture are the most material and linked to our action space, less ideal than music, literature, dance, painting and cinema, they contribute realizing harmony in the space that surrounds us and are the means that let us hover in more powerful vibrations. If we are surrounded by a space made up of harmonious and simple forms, our potential to concentrate increases and with it also our potential to understand what surrounds us and in what kind of universe we are immersed.
The biology that surrounds us creates fanciful shapes that seem absolutely free and not mathematical but any shape is actually the result of fractal operations, that is, by repetitions of basic and very simple symmetrical patterns. When you assemble and partially look at the general shape, you cannot understand it but it is an expression of a perfect algorithm.
So what about the Zen house?
It is an environment in which one feels at ease because a spatial simplification takes place and allows us not to be distracted by the complication and in which lines and shapes are simplified and space becomes recognizable.
It is an environment in which light penetrates inside when our essence needs it; the moment of awakening if it is accompanied by the light of the sun makes us feel in harmony with what is outside but it is not separated from us, that is why placing the head of the bed between North and North West helps to orient the awakening in a harmonious way.
Light is important not only for the diurnal cycle, but also for all the other cycles (periodic vibrations) in which we are immersed. Light is energy and should be exploited as such; sometimes we must protect ourselves, other times we must welcome it. The architecture allows us to regulate this energy flow to make it more than efficient even synchronous to our needs. The basic elements that make up our environment must then be welcomed into the home and on its skin so that the various energies they represent are balanced. Of the fire (light / energy) we have already mentioned before, but do not forget that there must also be the right flow of air, the water that is our fundamental constituent element can be a useful element to balance the energy and has a role just as important, as the land that is the complement.
Therefore every building is a set of elements that can be analyzed both under a philosophical/aesthetic aspect, that we could define as all-encompassing, and under a scientific aspect, in which the experimental knowledge confirms the global vision and makes it aware.
At MyArching, we tackle each project with this philosophy, trying to make each of our customers aware, to make the right choices to create their own environment suitable for making those who live in it emphatically vibrate.