THE GOLDEN RATIO
The golden ratio is known by a few different names, such as:
The Golden Ratio. The Golden Mean. Phi. The Divine Section. The Golden Section. The Golden
Cut. The Golden Proportion. The Divine Proportion.
Most of all, mathematicians call it
“Phi” (Phidias)
or use the Greek letter
Phi is a proportion that is found throughout nature, art and architecture. If you maintain a ratio of small
elements to larger elements that is the same ratio of larger elements to the whole, then the result is
something that is extraordinarily pleasing to the eye.
It can also be expressed as AB:BC = BC: AC
Beauty and balance can be achieved by using the golden ratio. The ratio is 1:1.618… (it goes on forever)
Voromuro, Parametric form & space / Voronoi diagram [by John Horner]
Horner]
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Voromuro by John Horner
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Voromuro by John Horner
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Voromuro by John Horner
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Transformers 2107 by Sarut Phosai
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Transformers 2107 by Sarut Phosai
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BEIJING NATIONAL AQUATICS CENTER
Water Cube design was chosen from 10 proposals in an international architectural competition for the aquatic center project. The Water Cube was designed and built by a consortium made up of
international
PTW Architects (an Australian architecture firm) . The outer wall is based on the Weaire–Phelan structure, a structure devised from the natural formation of bubbles in soap foam.The complex
wall Weaire–
Weaire–Phelan pattern was developed by slicing through bubbles in soap foam, resulting in more irregular, organic patterns than foam bubble structures proposed earlier by the scientist Kelvin.
Weaire– bubble
Using the Weaire–Phelan geometry, the Water Cube's exterior cladding is made of 4,000 ETFE bubbles, some as large as 9.14 meters (30 feet) across, with seven different sizes for the roof and 15
Weaire– 4,000 across,
for the walls.
WaterCube by PTW Architect
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beijing_National_Aquatics_Center
WaterCube by PTW Architect
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WaterCube by PTW Architect
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beijing_National_Aquatics_Center
Unit Form & Three-Dimensional Space | ทวงทา / ธรรมชาติ / ทีวาง
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240113 Studio in Design | Lectured by Sarut Phosai
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