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Although Fibonacci developed his number sequence, and its ensuing spiral, many centuries ago, the magical sequence is still fresh and functional as an eye-catching piece of furniture. Reinterpreting the spiral’s geometry into cabinets, drawers, and open shelves, Fibonacci’s “whirling rectangle diagram” becomes a statement of refined beauty and warmth. The cabinet, — Continue reading …




 

 

Although Fibonacci developed his number sequence, and its ensuing spiral, many centuries ago, the magical sequence is still fresh and functional as an eye-catching piece of furniture. Reinterpreting the spiral’s geometry into cabinets, drawers, and open shelves, Fibonacci’s “whirling rectangle diagram” becomes a statement of refined beauty and warmth.

The cabinet, designed by Daniel Rudolph for R Modern, utilizes warm wood, stainless steel and an accent color in the nook to create a furniture design that is sure to start a conversation.

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