The Bay Logo

The Bay Logo

Our logo – the Tetrahedron resembles a clean-edged jewel. Dynamic in its repose, it sits firmly on the ground. Yet, desiring to rise, to aspire, it forever moves upward up to the pinnacle of service & commitment.

Perfectly symmetrical

The Tetrahedron is the only perfectly symmetrical four-sided solid. It looks the same regardless of which side you turn it. Deriving its name from the Greek word ‘Tetra’, meaning four, it is often mistaken for the pyramid – made famous by the Pyramids of Egypt, which is a five-sided solid with a square base.

The sphere, the tetrahedron and the cube

All mathematical solids are derived from three basic solids – the sphere, the tetrahedron and the cube. They correlate to the three basic shapes – the circle, the triangle and the square.

Similarly, Bay strives for this stability

For any given mass the sphere has the lowest surface area of the three solids, followed by the Tetrahedron, and then the cube. With a slight push, the sphere can be set rolling. The cube is harder to budge. But the tetrahedron is the most dynamically stable– that is, it cannot be over-turned without great effort. Similarly, Bay strives for this stability.

Inner strength, methodology and conviction

Thus, the Bay logo combines and balances these innate qualities of-strength, dynamism and aspiration, all reflected in our service and product line. Each project is the result of this inner strength, methodology and conviction.



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Our logo – the Tetrahedron – resembles a clean-edged jewel. Dynamic in its repose, it sits firmly on the ground. Yet, desiring to rise, to aspire, it forever moves upward – up to the pinnacle of service & commitment.

Perfectly symmetrical

The Tetrahedron is the only perfectly symmetrical four-sided solid. It looks the same regardless of which side you turn it. Deriving its name from the Greek word ‘Tetra’, meaning four, it is often mistaken for the pyramid – made famous by the Pyramids of Egypt, which is a five-sided solid with a square base.

The sphere, the tetrahedron and the cube

All mathematical solids are derived from three basic solids – the sphere, the tetrahedron and the cube. They correlate to the three basic shapes – the circle, the triangle and the square.

Similarly, Bay strives for this stability

For any given mass the sphere has the lowest surface area of the three solids, followed by the Tetrahedron, and then the cube. With a slight push, the sphere can be set rolling. The cube is harder to budge. But the tetrahedron is the most dynamically stable– that is, it cannot be over-turned without great effort. Similarly, Bay strives for this stability.

Inner strength, methodology and conviction

Thus, the Bay logo combines and balances these innate qualities of-strength, dynamism and aspiration, all reflected in our service and product line. Each project is the result of this inner strength, methodology and conviction.