Plato’s icosahedron reveals the relationship between the universe and Phi.

This piece reveals the interior of a structure to perceive the relationship between the universe and a universal constant that is Phi.

Plato is Socrates’ successor. And Socrates wanted to propose a different vision in which each individual could perceive the world through their own eyes, their own perspective.
Indeed, take the time to connect each vertex together and we realize that this structure is Plato’s icosahedron. To make this piece, it is necessary to assemble, in a centered way, three golden rectangles within an icosahedron hence its name, “RECTOSA”.
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