House Rishli is inspired by Pelvic Bones and Skull Bones. Bone structures often have openings/windows in them. This also has a bit of an aquatic flavor to the design, so it may connect to some of your Aquatic Totem Animals/Creatures like Jellyfish or Octopus. And there is a bit of Frog in this one also, Frog Eyes, Frog Fingers and Frog Tongues.
If you feel that circles represent the Eye. This House has many Eyes. Is it all-seeing? Does it represent watchfulness? Is that a Broken eye, or Blurred Eye? Does it represent misdirection?
There is an intentional swirl built into the design, like swirling water. Eddies. and Bubbles. What patterns exist in your life? What elements are causing ripples? Is your job too repetitive? or Do you feel the interconnectedness of everything? Everything effects Everything.
And as I often add, there are interlocking parts to provide movement, states, sound and collaboration - to your castings. Other Houses may latch onto this House, hooking onto it, or penetrating its openings. These interactions can change the meanings of your Readings.
There is definitely a linking theme in this design. So connections are likely important here. And collaborations.
This design is somewhat elegant, in a flourished manner. What does this mean to you. Consider it.
There is also an inner component and an outer boundary quality. With a "Gate". Is the Gate open? Is the Gate closed? or just ajar. I have made the gate a bit small, so that the gate likely will not close. But it may, if you print this House in plastic. I have not received my prototype yet, so we shall see.
Color Considerations: If this design reminds you of Water, then perhaps you should print it in Blue. But if you connect Circles to Shadow Containment, or links - to chains - then Black might be more appropriate. On the other hand, Circles have perfect geometry, so White or Yellow might be more appropriate.
Colors matter. And for most humans, Colors connect to moods. And colors already often have cultural meanings, that we are used to or care for. For example, in the West, White can mean Holiness or Purity. But in the East, White can mean Death or Resting.
So choose your colors thoughtfully.