My uncle Andreas (front left) and grandfather Kyriacos Violaris (front right) with friends, Cyprus 1940
Music in the Air
“There is geometry in the humming of the strings. There is music in the spacing of the spheres.” (Pythagoras)
I become aware of a misty haze of moving energy swirls before my eyes, hearing discordant notes in the air as if an orchestra is tuning-up. As my vision fades into another dimension, I feel inexplicably drawn deeper into the soul of the house.
My perception of the unseen world of buildings enables me to hear the whispers of sounds that make up the magic of music. From this elusive place, the emotion and beauty of the sacred weave manifests as composition, its harmonic proportion and geometry reflecting all that has gone on in that space.
The mission is to enable the correct alignment of a building with its occupants as this will maximise its power and enable smoother flows of energy within both the physical and etheric configurations. The building then comes alive and will resonate like a well-tuned musical instrument.
With this understanding and as an architect and musician, passionate about fusing classical principles of architecture with contemporary materials and ideologies, the realisation that these practical principles can be incorporated for the benefit of healing buildings and people was formative to the development of my work as The House Whisperer.