Where to Use
Designs should seek to incorporate aesthetically pleasing proportions into a design.
Consider using the Golden Ratio and the closely related Fibonacci numbers.
The Golden Ratio is illustrated in the following:
The Golden Ratio is an iterative construction which leads to the following ratios being equal:
The Fibonacci numbers are a sequence created by adding previous numbers to get the next one: 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21… The ratio of a Fibonacci number to the previous one in the series (for example, 13/8) approaches the Golden Ratio as the sequence number increases.
Therefore, consider using dimensions related to Fibonacci numbers (usually through some scaling factor) to create designs that incorporate Golden Ratios and are conveniently related (for example: D:W:H = 5:8:13).
Here is an example using blocks that follow the Fibonacci sequence arrange into the Fibonacci spiral:
This pattern supports Rabatment.