Sacred Geometry is the art of incorporating nature into modern architecture.
Everywhere you look on this planet, you will find that nature is based on two fundamental patterns: The Flower Of Life and the Fibonacci Sequence.
Using these pattern in your architecture, you can design incredible buildings that feel right, have great energy – and most people agree – look spectacular:
Hi, I am Heinz Pahl-Kaupp,
My way to architecture started with a wrong number on a form for university! But it doesn’t matter, because I quickly became excited about studying architecture, philosophy, sociology and urban design.
Living on the farm of my parents the first 18 years of my life lead me very early to be interested in bio-architecture.
The main goal at this time (1970) was to create a comfortable climate and a healthy atmosphere in the buildings – and I ended up with a diploma in Engineering & Architecture.
…and I never stopped studying!
During the following years my direction became very clear.
Designing buildings that ‘felt’ right became my passion. Adding to the fields of bio-architecture, and the experience from studying urban design and sociology, eco-architecture was born.
What is the problem with modern architecture?
Most people ask for things they have seen, without thinking about how they really want to live, often going for modern designs that aren’t always the best thing if you want a building designed to make you feel at home.
Not only are many of the materials used by modern builders harmful for you to be around, but the architecture itself can be damaging to your health, or cause you to feel uncomfortable, or even unwell. Using Sacred Geometry you can design buildings that feel comfortable, and are beneficial for your health.
What Sacred Geometry Does Heinz Use In His Architecture When Designing Your Building?
The Flower Of Life
The Flower Of Life supports the healing process, and guarantees harmony in architecture and design.
Starting from the first idea of creating buildings that are helpful for your wellbeing and health, the designs I create have been developed to be your ‘third skin’ (clothes are the ‘second skin’). My main goal is definitely designs that create harmony.
So after many years of studying ancient and modern ‘systems’, ‘philosophies’ and ‘measurement models’ from all over the world, I started using the Flower of Life as the basis of my architecture, and I use it in almost all of my designs.
Many plants grow, based on the flower of life:
Even you were created based on the flower of life:
The Flower Of Life starts with a single circle. As soon as you add the second circle, you will notice you have created a new shape, this is called the Vesica Pisces.
The Vesica Pisces is the shape created where the two circle overlap.
This shape contains the basis of The Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Sequence.
The Golden Ratio is a mathematic equation.
In mathematics, two quantities are in the golden ratio if their ratio is exactly the same as the ratio of their sum, to the larger of the two quantities.
The same Fibonacci sequence is found in nature all around you.
The Fibonacci sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89 etc..
Using this sequence – you can create the Fibonacci spiral.
Keeping in tune with nature has serious benefits, and when you look into a microscope – or you look up at the universe – you will always see the Fibonacci spiral.
A galaxy represents Fibonacci, so does a flower, so does a sea shell, as does a pinecone. Many parts of your body use Fibonacci to grow in proportion, such as your fingers, toes, ears, arms and legs.
You definitely see it every day:
A wave in the ocean is a Fibonacci Spiral:
Now, I’m not saying you want a big spiral in your building (although maybe you do), but you can have the Fibonacci design or spiral incorporated subtly into the architecture of your home or commercial building.
This is important…
Especially in the place you live or spend most hours of your day!
A Villa based on Fibonacci Spiral:
Heinz Also Integrates Eco-Architecture Into His Designs, Making Your Building Sustainable
The idea of sustainability, or ecological design, is to ensure that our actions and decisions today do not inhibit the opportunities of future generations.
In my designs, I always take into account your entire plan (including your landscaping concept) this makes it easier to incorporate things like:
- Applying natural materials and constructions
- Energy saving and using renewable energies
- Drinking water and waste water management
- Natural ventilation to moderate temperature and air quality
- Natural lighting and lighting features
- Holistic interior design, sculptures and waterfeatures
- Ecological renovations and reconstruction
- Waste management and operation concepts
These ensure eco-architecture in your design.
What Other Factors Does Heinz Integrate In His Architecture?
A Platonic solid is a unique shape that is constructed using congruent polygonal faces with the same number of faces meeting at each vertex. Only five solids meet those criteria, and each is named after its number of faces.
All the basic structures, like the Flower of Life, the Platonic Solids or the pyramids have a very clear, pure and unique energy. It is no secret that human beings, animals, plants and also stones react on these phenomena. For example, living in a sculpture or tree house based on platonic solids or pyramids.
Colors affect people in similar ways.
Color Therapy As Landscape Architecture
I also started to create paintings and learned about the therapeutic importance of colors, and this lead to study perceptual psychology. Involved in a research project, one of the main results was, how all-important it is to find a personal identification for yourself…
Some Floor-plan Designs Using Sacred Geometry
Flower Of Life Floorpan:
It is not necessary, that the Flower Of Life be visible in your design.
The positive power of the flower should be used in the floor plans, and also in the sections and elevations (pillars, walls, stairs etc.) of your design.
There is energetically not a big difference using the straight connections between the junctions or following the curved lines, but visually there is a big difference!
Flower Of Life design using straight lines:
Flower Of Life design using curved lines:
Designs can be simple too, like this home with 2 apartments:
Here’s Some Finished Projects…
Design flowing from inside to outside Matahari Terbit Centre (MTC):
An octagonal room from MTC, based on sacred geometry:
Flower of Life in window art at the MTC for handicapped children:
Heinz’s first project in Bali – Little Tree market for ecological building materials:
Hallway and fishpond at Little Tree, organic architecture:
Five Star Medical Centre in Germany, with all features of sustainable architecture (2000)
The Medical Centre was the largest clay project in Germany (2000)
Another Heinz design based on the Fibonacci spiral:
Housing plan (masterplan) based on the Flower Of Life and eco-architecture:
Color Therapy in architecture:
What Are The Main Benefits Of Using Sacred Geometry When Designing Your Home Or Commercial Building?
The Flower of Life supports in removing blockages, and ensures a renewed unhindered flow of energy. Here’s a small selection of benefits to using sacred geometry in your architecture:
- Ensures perfect divine order (The Flower of Life is also called the ‘Code of the Genesis’)
- Definitely energy balancing (and can lift your spirit)
- Undoubtably assists in healing and meditation
- Harmonizing and stabilizing effects on existing energy fields
- Energizing and revitalizing effect on food of all kinds
- Anti-jamming on drinking water and electrosmog (invisible electromagnetic fields)
- Relieving stressful situations
- Improving attitude and the way you are ‘feeling’ and ‘being’
- Adding structure and harmonization of the building, life and environment
- Quicker physical and mental health recovery
- Enriching self-esteem to strengthen confidence
By just decorating your home, office, car, clothing and accessories with the flower of life, people worldwide report experiencing positive energy change remarkably quickly! The possibilities are, as the flower of life itself, infinite, and by designing your building this way, you are getting the full benefits.
The buildings Heinz designs are not only breathtaking, but also offer a unique ‘feeling’ that supports healing, well-being, and a content feeling of being, that cannot be explained – you must experience it for yourself.
You can receive a detailed quote, and have Heinz working on your architecture project for just $297, request a quote below to have your home or commercial building designed by Heinz using Sacred Geometry Architecture:
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Heinz so different?
Heinz is unique in the world of architecture, with his understanding of sacred geometry, holistic design, and his experience in eco-construction and nature.
His knowledge incorporated in your private or commercial project, can lift your design to a new vision of what architecture can be, based on the Flower of Life and Fibonacci!
Why the non-refundable deposit?
With his German precision and efficiency, and natural eco-designs based on sacred geometry, Heinz is busy. This non-refundable deposit is a necessary procedure to separate serious clients from everyone else. With this simple deposit, you can be sure that Heinz himself will be the person working on your quote and designing your home or commercial building.
Of course, if you continue with Heinz, this deposit is deducted from your fee.
When I talk to Heinz, what information does he need, in order to give me a full quote?
Heinz has designed his own questionnaire. It is short, and to the point, making the process as simple as possible for you. Rather than give you homework to do, Heinz will ask you these questions himself during your meeting, to make sure there is no confusion or miscommunication on important matters.
Here are the only things you will need to have ready for Heinz, in order to receive an accurate quote from Heinz:
1. Location of your project
Heinz will be checking the land location personally, or using Google
2. Is it a single building or multiple buildings?
The approximate size of the building(s)
3. Emotional description
Visions, hopes, nature of project, estimated amount to spend
4. Number of the people that will be living in the building(s)