Life on this earth is to me ideally when in and with nature.
As we all know the earth has had tuff times up to today. Personally i have found a story about life that does help me thinking positive about the future. Parallel to this positive thinking based on this old story i do professionally and personally focus on the autonomy ( creating a domino that is in balans with nature )as the best i can do with the experience in my own life up to now.
The Nordic cosmogony describes the structure of the universe and its origin, as reported in Nordic mythology.
In this world structure or cosmogony, elves, gods, giants, humans, dwarfs and all kinds of other mythical creatures evolve and evolve. Central to the Nordic cosmogony is Yggdrasil, the ‘World Tree’, which extends through the nine worlds of the universe with three magical sources at its roots:
Mímisbrunnr (source of Mímir)
Urdarbrunnr (source of Urd, ancient source)
Hvergelmir (source in Niflheim).
Finally, Yggdrasil comes under such pressure that this all-connecting world structure begins to vibrate and shake dangerously and finally breaks completely into pieces. At that moment, the separation between the world structures is destroyed and the gigantic primal forces are given free rein.
Yet there is already a seed for further evolution in the whole story. The world tree Yggdrasil itself is not totally destructible and still keeps a germ of life deep in its fibers during its outer collapse. He will grow and with him new creatures that will help build a new ‘fresh green world’. In it, the ‘mistakes’ that led to the downfall in the previous cycle are no longer present. The vision is therefore optimistic in the (very) long term.
The Atelierbart logo a symbolic tree as a symbol of a grown natural strong shape is fitting the rectangular frame based on the plastic number ( the hight divided by 1,324 becomes the with) developed by the priest and architect Dom Hans van der Laan (1904-1991).