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Proporción áurea

Elegance, art and design: The Golden Ratio

Entender la belleza, a veces atesorarla, ha sido un deseo del ser humano desde la antigüedad. Sabemos que nos gustan los rostros bien proporcionados y equilibrados. Llamamos elegantes a las personas que tienen eso tan difícil de explicar que no podemos definir. Pero también nos atraen, objetos, edificios o elementos de la naturaleza.

Do they have anything in common?

2,300 years ago, Euclides of Alexandria already talked about the ratio derived from the division of a line, following what he calls “extreme and medium reason”.

The division of a segment with this proportion, is equal to the number 1,61… Onesixone.

The Fibonacci Succession and the Golden Ratio are like two sides of the same coin. This is represented by the Greek letter Phi, in honour of Fidias. Phi is the first letter of the Greek sculptor, developer of the proportion and beauty of the human being.

It was Luca Pacioli who named this proportion in 1509, in his work “De Divine Proportione”. And it was Durero, who, years later, published how to draw the golden spiral, based on the golden ratio.

The Divine Proportion on Nature.

There is something special in the amount of petals of a flower, between the ratio of the thickness of the trunk and the branches of a tree, in the distribution of the leaves in a stem or the seeds of the plants, in the spirals of a pineapple, of the center of a sunflower, of a snail, …

Many similarities to not see a pattern: the beauty of simple and complex.

Demasiadas similitudes para no ver un patrón: la belleza de lo simple y a su vez complejo.

The Golden Number and the contemporary design.

It seems amazing that the portrait of Mona Lisa and the logo of Twitter would have anything in common. It’s true, its proportion is related to the golden ratio or 161. This proportion is used by great designers, as well as by artists, to provide their works with balance and proportionality.

The handbags collection is created based on this proportion, and the name of the brand comes from the Golden Ratio, Onesixone.

El número áureo y el diseño contemporáneo

Parece increíble que el retrato de la Mona Lisa y el logotipo de Twitter puedan tener algo en común. Sí, su proporción responde a la razón dorada Φ (161). Esa proporción es la empleada por los grandes diseñadores actuales, así como por los artistas, para dotar a sus obras de ese equilibrio y proporcionalidad que las cubre de una elegancia serena.

Con base en esta proporción está creada la colección de bolsos de nuestra firma, y en honor a ella lleva el nombre ONESIXONE.

Así que ahora puedes decir que tu bolso es estéticamente perfecto. Conoce todos los diseños y compra tu favorito aquí