Fractal geometry describes objects through organic forms. Natural architecture has an organizing structure and fractal geometry is a tangible way to understand and describe this structure. In fact, fractals are mathematical images of irregularity. Fractal objects have irregular forms in all dimensions in their irregularity is the same in all proportions. In a sense, they represent regularity in irregularity. Fractals are “self-similar,” meaning that the whole has the same shape as one or more of its parts.
In mathematics, “self-similarity” means that when the whole undergoes changes on a certain scale, even though the new shape will be smaller, bigger, twisted, or converted, but it still remains similar to the previous shape with roughly similar proportions.
Fractal geometry seeks to prove that there is a certain connection between the life of plants, inanimate objects, and human beings and the universe is not detached from its origin.