A recent article on bookriot.com (<- click for the link) explores why books are a certain shape.
It turns out that it is all down to the golden ratio. The golden ratio is an irrational number represented by the Greek letter phi (φ) that’s used to create geometries with what many people consider the most eye-pleasing proportions.
Futuraskolan International Rådan’s grade 7 students will take a look at the golden ratio during their classes. They will have a chance to explore the golden ratio in out in nature…and in the library.