Golden Spiral West Pier Brighton
Brighton's Golden Spiral is an arrangement of 12 columns made up from the remains of the West Pier that tragically burned down in a fire over 30 years ago.
The arrangement of the columns on The Piazza is inspired by the ‘Golden Spiral’ (otherwise known as the Fibonacci spiral after the Italian mathematician). The spiral is found in nature and used to achieve balance and harmony in architecture, art and design.
The geometric and mathematical origins of the spiral reflect the masterful engineering of the West Pier, now re-imagined through the design of the ‘vertical pier’ of The British Airways i360. The spiral also reflects the simple curve of waves on the beach where the columns used to sit.
W 100.00 cm x H 70.00 cm
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About the Artist
Hello. I'm Nicole Carman, a Brighton based designer and photographer. I specialise in capturing modern, urban scenes and the wonderful architecture of London and Brighton, as well as much further afield. I seek to capture the spirit of a town or city and will often creates a striking collage to r...