How to Use the Golden Ratio in Design (with Examples)

Want to be on the same level as the architects who built the Parthenon and the Great Pyramid of Giza? They have one concept in common: the golden ratio.

The golden ratio is probably best understood as the proportions 1:1.618. Of course, the mathematical equation at work here is much more complicated than that.

The ratio itself is derived from the Fibonacci sequence, a naturally occurring sequence of numbers that can be found practically everywhere in nature, from the number of leaves on a tree to the spiral shape of a seashell. It can also be found in famous works of art and architecture and even in our own faces.


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Source: How to Use the Golden Ratio in Design (with Examples)

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