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Phi

Coffee Table

Created by Carol Jackson
The Greek letter Phi represents a number (1.618...) that defines a golden rectangle in which the ratio of length to width is Phi. A unique feature of a golden rectangle is that partitioning it into a square and rectangle results in another golden rectangle. Partitioning of each new golden rectangle can be repeated indefinitely. Quarter circles drawn within successive squares form a spiral pattern.

The Phi coffee table is partitioned by black grooves cut into the solid makore top. A single piece of aluminum inlaid in the top shows the spiral. Base constructed of ebonized ash and satin anodized aluminum.

Limited edition of 12.

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