Golden Section (Wooden Books Gift Book) Paperback – 22 Sep 2006
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About the Author
Dr Scott Olsen is associate Professor of Humanities at Ocala University, Florida. This is his first book.
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Top Customer Reviews
As with all the wooden books i've purchased so far these little friends are excellent. Well designed, well written, informative, conscise, beautifully illustrated, WHAT GEMS !
'The Golden Section' covers the fibonacci sequence, growth, natural form, pi, sacred geometry, architecture, the golden mean and a whole lot more. Nicely written with practical tips and a wealth of information on the subject, and as with all wooden books the illustrations are both excellent and usefull.
These little books are a resource for the whole family to enjoy and learn through !
HIGHLY RECOMENDED :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is too little if you want something detailed. its ok as a gift book and it is interesting but not enough to really satisfy you.Published 7 months ago by Priya Nayee
Beautiful book if not a little small? If you ever wondered why some things look so right the answers are in this book.Published 11 months ago by Andy.K.
not really coherent enough tbh each page leaps forward with nothing really unifying the content seems a little erratic and not a great a source as I would have though it's ok... Read morePublished 12 months ago by James Tony Grime
An interesting small booklet on this logical golden-ratio if we should ever try to measure nature. And also with vivid images in it to. I can almost recommend it to anyone.Published 14 months ago by Krister Fjellanger Lilleland