Inspired by nature
The more we study nature, the more we conclude how ingenious it is. Everything in it is an example of superior design: both highly functional and movingly poetic and aesthetic.
We find rectangular shapes only in the crystalline world. Dynamic aspects such as growth are found eg. in tree rings and slendering development of stems.
Extreme functionality can be found in the construction of a skeleton, a wing and thousands of other 'creations'.
The design betrays other laws such as the reduction of finger pasterns according to the golden section and the spiral implant of leaves around their stem.
Tells the number of petals of flowers something about their identity?
Study of the design of animal bodies is also very inspiring. Many animals are also ingenious builders like bees, like their honeycombs show us.