Tetra Matrix 64 Tetrahedron Geometric Pendant Light with Stand | 40cm & 50cm | Clear Double Bevelled Glass
We can also create this without a stand for installation into the ceiling. Please contact us.
Large 1 40cm x 50cm (stand is 60cm x 60cm)
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Asaf Zakay is a geometric glass art visionary. He has been making glass sculpture for over 15 years. His work adorns spaces around the world.
His pieces are most known for their unique and mesmerising reflections. Made of the highest quality materials, Asaf is world recognised for his art and creates each piece with perfection and grace.
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The Tetra-Matrix, which has 144 faces on its outside surface, is composed of 64 edge-bounded tetrahedrons producing 14 complete octahedron cavities and two radially concentric cuboctahedrons, or vector equilibriums as Buckminster Fuller called them. This geometry provided Haramein with crucial insight into the fundamental structure of space from which everything emerges and returns to. The cuboctahedron is the only geometry in full equilibrium in all vectorial possibilities, and as such became the candidate for the structure of the vacuum which at the quantum level has an infinite energy density potential but appears as empty space due to its state of equilibrium.
The geometry can be visualized many different ways. For instance, as infinitely increasing or decreasing cuboctahedron structures, or as eight star tetrahedrons each made of eight tetrahedrons, coming together at the central singularity point to produce perfect equilibrium. Perhaps the simplest way to visualize the geometry is to see it as 12 rays radiating from the central point of the structure.
Having this geometry in your space will help to improve the coherency of your environment and remind you of your state of equilibrium. We suggest open eye meditations contemplating the form and absorbing its energetic balance.