This limited edition phygital (1/1) is an embodiment of the Lamu Archipelago. The serene calmness of this chain of 3 islands located in Kenya has immense cultural, historical, scientific, and ecological significance.
The richness of the Swahili culture is captured in fractal form. Fractals, known as sacred geometry, are used in the building blocks of life. Fractals can be found in many items that occur in nature: mangrove trees, flowers, coastlines, animals, and fruit.
Developing the geometry behind Lamu Archipelago, we envision ancient algorithms that mirror the complexity of today’s world.
This design inspires and showcases the immersive paradise and equations from an African perspective, nurturing an ongoing conversation between tradition and modernity.
To see the future—look at the past.