Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855). Known as the prince of mathematicians, Gauss made significant contributions to most fields of 19th century mathematics. An obsessive perfectionist, he didn't publish much of his work, preferring to rework and improve theorems first. His revolutionary discovery of non-Euclidean space (that it is mathematically consistent that parallel lines may diverge) was found in his notes after his death. #mattamatica
Sheer Wall, the ambivalent spatial quality. Jesse Pietilä’s Sheer Wall has been awarded by EFG European Furniture Group. A collaboration work with RUUKKI Ltd. and Prolaser Ltd. Sheer Wall was exhibited at Masters of Arts – festival at the University of Art and Design Helsinki.
Apartment Makeover In 29 Spring Buys #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/interior-design-tips#slide7 Tip 2: "I love the shape and design of this. The brass really would transform a space." Anthropologie Euclidean Pendant, $248, available at Anthropologie.