This beautiful fractal is created from a simple triangle with an edge ratio of 3, 4, & 5. Remember A squared + B squared = C squared from school? This piece takes that relationship into infinity, creating a beautiful branching of squares. It is named for Pythagoras, who is credited with discovering this relationship (though this ratio is also found in the great pyramids of Giza 2000 years earlier.)
The tree is set into a shadowbox which hangs on walls and sits on surfaces with equal elegance. This was also the very first Naked Geometry product that branched out beyond jewelry. A classic, a meditation, a spiral to infinity.
Material: 3-ply Birch wood
Thickness: 1/4 inch
Dimensions: ~10″ x 7″ x 2″