Geometry influences relationships between human beings and their built environment; graphic patterns, prints, shapes, and forms set proportions and interconnect with personalities. The ancient Greeks believed in sacred geometry and extended the principles to interior design and decorating. The ancient Chinese entrusted shapes to be fundamental elements of visual art. Let's explore this month with 5 episodes the psychology of different geometric shapes in Design.
Circles have no beginning or end. They represent the everlasting heavenly whole, addressing the sun, the earth, the moon, and the universe. Circles are graceful and their curves perceived as feminine. Rounded shapes, presented in home decor, give soothing energy with peculiar beauty. From architecture and interior design to the fashion industry, there is something special about these attractive designs with majestic curves that transmit peaceful aesthetics. Possibilities to use curves and round shapes, if chosen well, can tie your interiors together in a tasteful way.