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NAUTILUS

The early mathematician Fibonacci introduced Arabic numerals to the West.

He also discovered the number sequence found in everything from daisies to databases.

Fibonacci also laid the groundwork for our modern-day mathematical understanding of certain shapes in nature, including Nautilus shells.

These shapes are called logarithmic spirals, and Nautilus shells are just one example. You also see logarithmic spiral shapes in spiral galaxies, and in many plants such as sunflowers.

COLOR DESCRIPTION

Super White overall tone with light grey and gold veining. Nautilus presents a vintage style, perfect for any classy and fineness environment.

 

FINISHES AVAILABLE: Silk & Polished

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SIZE

Regular Slabs: 3000×1400 mm / 120″x56,5″
Jumbo Slabs: 3200×1600 mm / 126″x63″

THICKNESSES

2cm – 3/4”
3cm – 1-1/4”

TECHNOLOGY

Nano Enhancement of Surfaces (NEOS), is a new high-performance stain and substance repellent technology developed for Aurea Stone surfaces.

NAUTILUS GALLERY

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