If this seems difficult to believe, a little ‘over the top’ even, then consider this. A 2005 study of the effect of static images found that strong vertical lines, or shapes that are ‘anchored’ by the vertical, produce positive emotions!
Irrespective of shape, a strong positive correlation was found between negative emotions and perceived instability. By contrast, positive emotions were inversely linked with deviations of the figure from the vertical orientation. The work demonstrates for the first time that dynamics conveyed by static images enables specific emotional attributions ...
Looking through the examples of her designs for SERAX, it is easy to confirm this for yourself. The shapes and lines are much more than elegant, they are emotionally rewarding, conveying a sense of tranquillity and relaxation that distinguishes them as more than works of art and immensely much more than functional objects.
How often do we have the opportunity to turn a dinner table into both a work of art and a space in which the soothing and healing forms at the heart of millennia of tradition coincide? Add to this the sensual reward of handling fine, bone China and the collection becomes something almost irresistible.
This is the something ‘more’ which marks ‘Elegant Geometry’ as the ideal collection for those who desire to satisfy the heart and the eye of the dinner guest as well as the palate.