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Nature’s Geometry versus Euclidean Geometry

It has been years since architects and mathematicians are looking for ways to use nature’s geometry instead of Euclidean Geometry in architecture. However, neither of them could discover the phenomenology of fractals and natural reality of this geometry.
Nature’s geometry, which is based on Chaos theory, is different from Euclidean geometry and its usability is also dissimilar.
Euclidean geometry or Cartesian mathematician is based on right proportions and X, Y, Z dimensions, which represents quantity but fractal is about the methods of qualities measurement instead of quantities.
Hidden specifications, which define based on information, in nature’s geometry that cause brain’s flexure and human’s psychical balance, are:
 Certainness & recognizable, also freshness and predictable
 High Adjustment to the environment
 Possibility for renovation and dynamics
 Flexibility
 Optimization
 Self-production
 Self-organization
 High capacity for information
 Creative power & collapse of information
 Capability to feed from agitation & disturbance of an environment to generate information
 High sensitivity to primitive conditions thereby an ability to regulate and better response
 Capability to generate information from limited data and insert unlimited in limited.

Referring to these specifications, a qualitative architecture can be design to answer present issues.

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