The golden ratio in the Kazar collection
The new Kazar monogram is a logo conceived from the golden ratio, harmoniously created in the dynamic form of the fibonacci spiral.
The new Kazar monogram
Each accent, detail, final touch and every last drop of colour have their own individual significance. Decorative perforations in the FiForm configuration.
And ideal combination of contemporary style and timeless aesthetic principles.
The golden ratio
The golden ratio, harmonious division, golden proportion, divine proportion – a line divided in two so that the ratio of the longer segment to the shorter segment is the same as of the entire line’s to its longer part
A golden rectangle with a longer 'a' side and a shorter 'b' side, when placed adjacent to
a square with sides of the length of 'a', will produce a golden square of the longer side 'a' + 'b' and the shorter side 'a'.
The Fibonacci sequence
In the 13th century, an Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci, discovered a sequence of natural numbers that was later named after him.
A graphic interpretation of the Fibonacci sequence is a spiral formed by quarters of circles, in which radiuses are the successive Fibonacci numbers.
The golden ration in nature, art and architecture
The golden spiral is to be found in the composition of petals, leaves and seeds of many plants as well as in the structure of living organisms. The golden proportion is reflected both in their outer appearance and also in the elements that are hidden away from human eyes. Researchers suggest the existence of a link between the golden division and the structure of a human genome. Moreover, they indicate the golden division as the basis of the human brainwave cycles.
In painting, the golden division has been used for a long time in order to represent beautiful and harmonious proportions. The divine proportion can therefore be identified in the works of Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dali and Piet Mondrian.
The ancient Egyptians used the golden division when designing pyramids. Supposedly, they attributed some magical properties to the golden proportions. The French relied on the golden division when constructing the Notre Dame Cathedral of Reims, which is considered to be the most proportionally harmonious and classical throughout the whole of France.