Fibonacci Sequence Curio Shelves

Naked Geometry’s Fibonacci Curio Shelves are designed around the beginning of the Fibonacci Sequence. For the math expert this sequence is 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34… approaching the golden ratio, or Phi. These alluring cabinets can be hung vertically or horizontally on the wall or can serve as a decorative table-top, wall, or mantel accessory.

Using laser-cutting, CNC fabrication, and traditional woodworking techniques, Naked Geometry transforms salvaged wood into a wide range of objects including lighting, art prints, furniture, and jewelry. They transform a stock of felled wood, reclaimed lumber, and scraps from Pittsburgh woodshops into extraordinary objects.

Sold separately, these cabinets are available in three sizes: Large, Medium, and Small. The Large measures approximately 24” Long x 15” Wide x 4” Deep. The Medium measures approximately 15” Long x 9” Wide x 4” Deep. The Small measures approximately 8” Long x 6” Wide x 4” Deep. Prices range from $75 to $200.

Available for purchase through Naked Geometry’s online shop, this studio also welcomes special orders. Using the contact buttons below, inquire with this producer for information about opportunities to customize these curio cabinets and other special projects.

About the Producer

Naked Geometry

Naked Geometry celebrates geometry through well-crafted goods. A hobbyist turned proficient artist, founder James Gyre first studied geometry to improve his painting and drawing. Today, Naked Geometry is led by James, Laura Gyre and David Villaverde. Using laser-cutting, CNC fabrication, and traditional woodworking techniques, Naked Geometry transforms salvaged wood into a wide range of objects including lighting, art prints, furniture, and jewelry. Naked Geometry also seeks to create larger-scale installations of geometric designs.