Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England

08262020, 05:10 PM
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Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
A came across this while searching for other thing.
The house was designed around the Fibonacci spiral pattern, very interesting. Youtube: Kevin McCloud  Blackdown Hills, Devon: Snake House 

08262020, 08:43 PM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
Damned! I’m in love with Fibonacci but I did not follow the spiral shape when designing my house.
Regrets... Thibault  not collector but in love with the few HP models I own  Also musician : http://walruspark.co 

08262020, 08:52 PM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
(08262020 08:43 PM)pinkman Wrote: Damned! I’m in love with Fibonacci but I did not follow the spiral shape when designing my house. Greetings, Massimo +×÷ ↔ left is right and right is wrong 

08262020, 09:32 PM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
And I don’t even respect the Golden ratio in the music I listen to or compose! (See https://youtu.be/9mozmHgg9Sk) Thibault  not collector but in love with the few HP models I own  Also musician : http://walruspark.co 

08272020, 03:06 AM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England  
08272020, 05:22 AM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
Well in fact I don’t know.
I’ve tried to find interesting Fibonacci in music, classical or not, but it is not an evidence that nice pieces, modern or older, follow these rules. Number of bars ? According to some analysts Mozart did, but it is not always the case and it could be pure coincidence, because construction of music is made of repetition of themes. And repeating is adding, no miracle. Number of seconds ? I don’t trust this affirmation. The example of Queen is not a good one, Under Pressure is full of tensions and changes, anywhere in the track you may prouve that there is a golden, silver or wooden number! They talk about Bartok, but who really cares about Bartok? His music is hard to understand and even more hard to listen! Of course lots of people like it, but most of people find it dissonant. The piece of music in the end has no interest. “Look I created something with Fibonacci”. Well in fact this is not a miracle, she could have created a piece with e or even pi... https://youtu.be/rb65fmSa610 Edit: and what about the notes? Well no Fibonacci here. 1358 might be the basis of a major chord, but in fact chords are made from scales, taking each odd notes, 135 then 7, 9, 11, for complex (“jazz”) chords. No Fibonacci. And even there, we should talk modulo 7 (in fact ((x1)mod(7))+1), so 8 is 1, 9 is 2, 11 is 4, ... Frequency of notes? Well in the chromatic scale the notes are composed on geometric series with (12)NTHROOT(2)= 1.05946309436 as a factor, so no golden number here. Thibault  not collector but in love with the few HP models I own  Also musician : http://walruspark.co 

08282020, 01:19 AM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
Ceci n'est pas une signature. 

08282020, 05:58 AM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
Yes I saw that also, but to my comprehension this is purely aesthetic.
The only musical measure is (B1+B2), which is called the diapason, but the ratio B1/B2 has no interest, musically speaking. If every violin that respects these ratios was a Stradivarius, musicians would be very happy! Once again, I think the Golden number is to be seen, not heard... unfortunately. Thibault  not collector but in love with the few HP models I own  Also musician : http://walruspark.co 

09052020, 08:26 PM
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RE: Fibonacci spiral house in Blackdown Hills, Devon, England
OMG! I did not see that Paul Davids himself (the man of the PI song) created a Fibonacci musical composition 1 month ago. For me it is another demonstration that the golden ratio has nothing to do with music.
https://youtu.be/MbEtnljYF18 Thibault  not collector but in love with the few HP models I own  Also musician : http://walruspark.co 

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