Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Fibonacci Sequence

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

This fun looking multi-functional cabinet has been inspired by traditional Chinese medicine cabinets combined with the Fibonacci Sequence, where the size of each unit is found by adding up the previous two units.

The piece has been designed by China’s Guangzhou based architecture and design studio Utopia.

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Curious Cabinet Inspired by the Mathematician Fibonacci

Fibonacci Cabinet Description by Utopia:

“The design idea comes from the traditional Chinese medicine cabinet, of which all the drawers are in the same size. In order to satisfy the multi- functional requirement, we apply Fibonacci Sequence, which is also called Golden Section for the intimately connection with the golden ratio, to rearrange every size of these units in series. The Fibonacci Sequence is a series of numbers: {0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, … } , in which the next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it.

This design is composed of seven units, a big cabinet on the top, five drawers and a Chinese table on the bottom, which could be used separately and combined freely according to different requirements and different places.”


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