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is an exciting and unusual book.... There are explorations of art,
culture, nature, accurate drawing, and model making, with a wide range
of photographs and diagrams. This book is more of an exploration than a
manual, but many nonspecialists would enjoy this book as well.” —Education Otherwise on Mathematics in Space and Time
John Blackwood worked in mechanical engineering design for nearly thirty years. Inspired by Lawrence Edwards (author of Projective Geometry)
and his work with plant geometry, Blackwood became a teacher at the
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School in Sydney, Australia, where he designed a
math course for classes 11 and 12. His ideas were adopted by the school
board of New South Wales. He lives near Sydney.
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