ILLUMINATED FORMS was my thesis project at Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC, where I graduated in Industrial Design in 2016. For the previous 3 years the research had focused on the 3D shape of the tetrahedral, the inner structure of a tetrahedron/triangular-pyramid. A tetrahedral is the most basic 3D shape possible similar to a circle as the most basic 2D shape, 7 circles form the flower of life. The tetrahedral can be divided in half to from 2 conjoining perpendicular “V”s with an angle of 109.47, and if the “V”s are arrayed linearly they form a distinctive triangular wave which forms the lengths of a form. There are multiple structures that the project can take and rely on the use of a meter long wave module embedded with LEDs. The modules are connected to corresponding modules to create light walls, towers, ceilings and arches. ILLUMINATED FORMS is the accumulation of 3 years of research into expressing sacred geometry in a 3D space.