The Fibonacci Squares collection shows arrangements of Fibonacci squares whose side lengths are Fibonacci numbers.
Chauncey Gardiner's Garden
Chauncey Gardiner’s Garden is a series of colorful, nested Fibonacci squares, one small within the next larger. The larger becomes the framework of the smaller. Due to the law of Fibonacci numbers, the frame width is half the length of the next smaller Fibonacci square. The ratio of frame and content approaches the golden section with the growing size of the squares.
Due to this construction, each square appears twice, once as a frame and once as content. Identical squares also have the same color.