Excerpt from the book "Arqka Biological Architecture and Sacred Geometry" by Arturo Ponce de León, Ninón Fregoso and Michael Rice Acquire it here
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This geometry appears in many symbolic traditions and has been used to represent the infinite or the divine. It is associated with the Virgin and with the immaculate creation. It is the only geometry that cannot be generated with 100 percent accuracy and as such has gained the perception of the inherently unknown. The spaces designed and built with this geometry create feelings of movement and creativity.
This house is a family house with four bedrooms on two levels. A fifth bedroom is possible upstairs. Each space and room has a unique view due to the geometric shape of the house. The central living space provides the focus for the whole family. It is necessary to emphasize that a high degree of awareness and sensitivity is needed with the design and with any base seven building. The geometry of seven sides is ideal for a temple and the spaces that honor and are dedicated to the feminine.