Floristry Basics - The basic form (triangle).

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  • The basic shape (triangle).

    Triangles, and particularly long and sharp - this is the highest expression of commitment to the space and dynamics. Many plants end up acute-angled triangular shape. Using the properties of a triangle, a florist may express a thing in its tracks.

    Floristry Basics - The basic form (triangle)

    Variations of a triangle - acute-angled polygons in the form of arrows, the wedge and cone, brittle line. The triangular shape like a developing trend movement in space over itself, toward an acute angle. They look up eager, active, indicating the direction.

    Floristry Basics - The basic form (triangle)

    Their essence consists in the activity of covering space. The form requires the free space because of its desire to move, so as not to interfere with "the disclosure of forces," and in need of support.


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