The old Iranian language Avestan had a noun pairidaēza-, "a wall enclosing a garden or orchard," which is composed of pairi-, "around," and daēza- "wall." The adverb and preposition pairi is related to the equivalent Greek form peri, as in perimeter. Daēza- comes from the Indo-European root *dheigh-, "to mold, form, shape."
When we talk about paradise, it's often spoken of as something we discover. We believe it is something we create. Our design communicates with the natural environment, using local materials and artisans to craft handmade pieces that tell a story.