The de Beer's architecture style is marked by curved and spiral forms, and curious spiritual structures that converse with their environments. The de Beer's art belongs to the Biomorphic Abstractionism school, with typical curves, blobs and bulges. Other members of the school are well known artists such as Hans Arp or the sculptures of Henry Moore. The de Beer's architecture projects feature of organic growth and natural forms rather than artificial and mechanical construction. Color and material also play a significant role in de Beer's architecture, conveying the messages he is interested to represent.