The Universal rhythm is inspired by the orthogonal geometry of the painting by artist Piet Mondrian. The project consists of modular designs of simple geometric shapes of various sizes and heights.
The main colors used are yellow, blue and red. A color is used for each height. The edges of the plant boxes and footboards are painted black and resemble dividing lines from Mondrian canvases. Children's sandboxes and the dome-cube refer to the neutral modules of the paintings of the artist-abstractionist.