arms and our legs permanently plot curves around us, our field of
view itself is in a curvilinear form. Just look up, on the right, on
the left, and below; we see--not through a round disc--but by the
shape that one finds within shells, seeds, burrows, and other nests.
DOMESPACE cross-section is shaped like our eye, our mouth. Children
relate to it immediately. When we draw a fantastical world or
villages or cities of science fiction, there are always spherical
Since the architectural influence of the Greek-Roman period, the western world has been foreign to these shapes which have been a part of humanity and continue to be present in many parts of the world.
From the womb of our Mother we evolve in a curved space. Everywhere in the universe the sphere is present, in the mineral and animal kingdom, as well as throughout all of nature, the right angle, is in fact, the exception in the universe.
We have lived for a few centuries in angular spaces without thinking of questioning them, arranged and constrained by arbitrary currents of thought in forms which have nothing in common anymore with those which nature has inspired to men. Fortunately, the western world gradually again has evolved the conscience of the necessary harmonious refitting of its habitat, as well as its territories too often barren.