The Voronoi pattern describes the self-organisation of nature. The structure can be seen, for example, in the spots of a giraffe or in the fine wings of a dragonfly. This pattern also develops when the soil begins to crack during drought.
The structure found in nature can be calculated. The mathematical construct can be described by a space with a given set of points. These points are described as centres. Each region is defined by exactly one centre, and the region is bounded by the fact that it is closer to its own centre than to any other centre. The contour of the regions is thus drawn by the same distance to two centres. This is how the so-called Voronoi regions are created.
With the Voronoi design grating, exactly this pattern has been taken up in order to emphasise a natural language of form. The result is a very elementary and organic look.