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Universal symbols crafted into everyday objects

Inspired by universal symbols

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We feel inspired by universal symbols that extend through diverse aspects of life, from nature, geometry, spirituality to art. These geometric archetypes symbolise deeper principles which materialise in various forms. They express abstract concepts like balance, harmony, order and duality.

 
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Ancient symbols are the mental impressions, imprints, or archetypes which have been part of our nature since the earliest beginnings of time. With our rational mind and our eyesight we humans will recognise its universal beauty, precision and structure, while at an unconscious level they can only be understood through our intuition and subconscious.


If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. - Nikola Tesla


Integrated into functional everyday objects these symbols bring harmony and timeless beauty into everyday rituals. The energy of a space and the objects within it affect us. We believe there are those who support us in creating harmony and expressing ourselves on a deeper level.
 

 
 

VAU holds many layers with which we invite us to explore. 

 
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We chose VAU as our brand name because we resonate with its sound and the vibration it creates. In addition to this it contains several layers of meaning which are important to us. In ancient Greek, Phoenician and Hebrew VAU represents both the sixth letter and the number 6. In numerology 6 is the number of creation, the female number.

The Greek philosopher Pythagoras used to call it the perfect number. By many it was considered to represent the connection between the material and immaterial, the terrestrial and heavenly, a place in which opposites meet.

In our products different people will perceive different things. We believe that each individual co-creates his own reality, by making choices about how to interpret the world. VAU holds many layers with which we invite ourselves and others to explore the gift called life.