Natures Design Glassware
Natures Design products have been created with harmonious and energetic design principals in mind.
After seeing Dr Masaru Emoto’s pictures of water crystals showing the power ‘intention’ makes on the structure of water and the positive change that could be made from the conscious use of forms this amazing range of products came to life.
Designed and manufactured in Switzerland with a focus on quality for everyday use ensuring the well-being of the body, mind and soul.
Before and After photographs using the same techniques as Dr Masaru Emoto were applied to the Natures Design range of products to show the level of change created by the products forms and structures.
The test results were performed by E. F. Braun laboratory in Uttingen, Switzerland and show the change to the symmetrical crystalline structures.
Water structure is weak and lacks any crystallline formation.
Crystals produced from the water after immersion in a Natures Design carafe for 3 minutes.
The survey results were performed by the laboratory EF Braun,
CH-3628 Uttigen, Switzerland. Water crystals were photographed in accordance with the proceedure developed by Dr Masaru Emoto.
THE GOLDEN RATIO
The Golden Ratio has been the epitome of beauty and aesthetics since antiquity and is found in art, architecture and design throughout the world.
It is found throughout nature and arises from the equality of proportions. This ratio or formula is known as the Phi number from mathematics – 1.618
This Golden Ratio is built into the design of all Natures Design products.
THE FIBONACCI SEQUENCE
The Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci sequence go hand in hand and characterise the growth processes found in nature.
An example is the Sunflower, a Daisy, Pine Cone, or Pineapple. The number of spirals are without any exception only adjacent numbers of the Fibonacci numbers sequence. Spiral combinations of 21/34, 34/55, 55/89. When dividing these numbers the result is always 1.618, or “Phi” – The Golden Ratio.
These are the Fibonacci number sequences:
1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8, 5+8=13 ...
21+34=55, 34+55=89, 55+89=144 ...
The ratio between the two numbers in the Fibonacci sequence is always 1,62 which is the Golden Ratio.
34:21=1,62 55:34=1,62 89:55=1,62
Leonardo da Vinci studied the Flower of Life and its mathematical properties. He drew the Flower of Life and various components such as the Seed of Life. In his artwork, da Vinci drew geometric figures and forms such as the platonic solids, a sphere, a torus and many more as well as the Golden Ratio of Phi. All of these forms can be derived from the Flower of Life.
THE FLOWER OF LIFE
Often referred to as Sacred Geometry this powerful symbol is found in many cultures and religions, and in many products. It is a symbol of the perpetual process of creation and for this reason has been shown what we believe to be harmonious reorganization of waters structure.
With its numerous overlapping circles this powerful symbol’s starting point is the circle in the centre, which is revealing to us that all life sprang from a single source.
The Keyword: Cell division.
Cell division proceeds until every creature has achieved its appropriate and harmonious form. Water held in products utilizing this symbol remember this ‘original code’. With the influence of the Flower of Life water arranges itself symmetrically as it corresponds to its basic structure, the hexagon. This basic hexagon form is found in the Flower of Life.
The Golden Ratio is a guarantee that all products are working in harmony with nature, however with the additional engraving of the Flower of Life on the base there is also the opportunity to enrich the water with additional information, revitalising and further enriching the water.
The flower is burned onto the outside of the glass at 600 °C
99% PLASTIC FREE
Natures Design are committed to producing environmentally friendly products.
The sustainable alternative to plastic.
Glass can be melted down and reused over and over again without ever losing quality. Recycling used glass conserves resources, saves energy and reduces CO2 emissions. To protect the environment, all our products are made of 40% recycled white glass.
Glass is made from natural elements. The main component is quartz sand (70%). Soda (14%) reduces the melting point of the quartz sand, while lime and dolomite (14%) give glass its hardness, shine and durability. It also contains refining agents (2%).
Glass is a naturally occurring raw material in nature. It forms at extremely high temperatures - for example - bolts of lightning, volcanic eruptions or meteorite impacts. Quartz sand melts and then the molten mass cools down. Glassy rocks like fulgurite, obsidian and tektite are formed in this way.
CLEANING NATURES DESIGN PRODUCTS
The best way to clean Natures Desing products is by hand using mild, natural detergents or citric acid (such as lemon water or distilled white vinegar).
The Flower of Life symbols on the bottom are durable if cared for gently and are not suitable for dishwashers.
Products without the Flower of Life symbol are dishwasher safe.s
Wooden caps and cork covers need to be cleaned with a damp cloth, and never under running water or in a dishwasher.
To ensure safe cleaning of Natures Design products they have developed a range of tailor-made, environmentally friendly brushes made of natural fibres and/or goat hair.
You can find our cleaning brushes in the webshop.