Designing to human-scale is a widely followed criteria or a requirement in any design field. While building a house – requirements of humans living there, designing a furniture – comfort of the ones using it, tailoring clothes – comfort and beauty of the ones wearing it, crafting out a sculpture – pleasing for the human eye.
In the rush to design for and please the other human beings around us, we frequently forget the voiceless beings and the environment, that are equally affected by these by-products.
Sometimes it is indeed hard for a design to be favorable for all equally, but it is never impossible. Mother nature has designed more complex things than we can imagine. As Einstein once said,

“Everything you can imagine, Nature already created.“

Not all the best designs are the most complicated. Most of the time its the simplest solutions that turns out to be the most functional and fitting.

Naos is an example of such a solution.

Naos, in Greek refers to the inner sanctuary of an ancient temple. The name is not just symbolic. It has been developed in such a way, that it provides a sanctuary for the users – any living being that wish to be a part of it.