Hiding in between cracks and crevices of fish scales, mammal fur, fins and feathers, we’ll find nature’s free energies hard at work harnessing drag, creating lift and producing free energy. Spiraling vortices eddies of air and water we find the birthplace of Sacred Geometry and nature’s most powerful energies formed from shapes, forms, colors and textures of all things.
Over the years, Michael has become Central America’s leading online publisher and architect, educating about the importance of Sacred Geometry in architecture and design.
He promotes sustainable building, teaches eco-friendly design and molds natural materials into affordable tropical homes, hotels, treehouses, water cisterns and swimming pools. He follows Fibonacci’s repeating patterns in his designs, inviting cool air in from the North and deflecting warm temperatures from South. To keep cool in the tropics, he recreates nature’s spiral, “an eye of the hurricane,” on your homesite and in your living room, rounds off square edges and use nature’s cooling and heat techniques to provide comfort.
Living in the Costa Rica rainforest and from his many trips to the canyons of southern Utah, nature has taught him how air and water pass over and through Earth’s shapes, forms, colors and textures to create spiraling movements of air and water charged with ozone. This spiraling movement attracts life inward, just as a hurricane or coral spins the oceans currents inward to create the largest structures in the world. By copying and mimicking nature we can begin to solve human challenges in architecture, health, energy, transportation and manufacturing.
The foundation and birth place for all life is in the “The Fibonacci Spiral”. His bio inspired homes enhance Chi energy and have been featured on Travel Channel, CNN and Survivor. He has been providing architectural consultation and design in Central America and the Caribbean since 1999.