Sacred Geometry is a thing of the past! (The strict definition is anyway.) Geometry can only take us so far. Even asymmetrical geometry has a mathematical quality that lacks credit to an ideal artistic perspective – the compliment to, and inspired by, an ideal.
Washington D.C. is such an inspired city. It’s honor is based on the wartime perspective that structured its sacred geometric design in ways that would confuse an invading military. Today, those artistic perspectives of city planning are ripe for innovation.
On the other side of the planet Astana, Kazakhstan sets the standard for intentional sacred geometry. The city built on the Steppes to attract the population it wanted and who would appreciate it. What’s next?
I suggest modularity.