The Geometric collection draws on mathematical shapes that occur in nature and are mirrored in engineering and architecture. 

Each shape has a symbolic meaning:


The Hexagon represents harmony, symmetry, equilibrium, strength, and efficiency. Occurring in snowflakes, insect architecture (honeycombs) and the vast volcanic basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway, the Hexagon has been adopted by architects and scientists for its strength and ability to tesselate. 


The Circle represents unity, wholeness, and eternity.  Its unbroken and continuous shape  signifies the cyclical nature of life and infinity.


The Octagon represents regeneration and new beginnings.  The number eight is associated with renewal and transformation.