As above so below, they say. The archicat has a healthy respect for the wonders of the golden ratio. You know of course that this ratio is used to hold each part of a building together, inside as well as outside. And that the proportions of a design like that reflect and embrace the cosmic order. The archicat finds out for himself.
The archicat allows us a rare view of his own house.
We know that the archicat is not just any architect. Or just any cat. So, of course, he has to visit the ancient city of Bubastis where cats are considered quite special.
You might think that you know everything about the great achievements of the old Egyptians. But the archicat doesn’t rest. On his trip to Giza he is duly impressed by the achievements of his predecessors.
You can be hit by a ton of bricks if you’re not careful around a building site. Or by an airplane. Or a virus. The archicat explains.
Some may think that there is something beyond archicature. Or even without archicature. Really …
Dreams… A window into the subconscious? A repository of suppressed wishes, or forgotten fears?
The archicat had a some extra time lately. Maybe an occasion to watch the odd nature documentary and learn something?