GENESIS of the logo
The care and pursuit of perfection in every detail is also evident in the Yachtline 1618 logo, created by Sergio Bianco in his ‘Codici della Logogenesi’ or codes on the genesis of logos.
YACHTLINE1618 expresses the golden ratio, the relationship of balance and beauty present in Nature, in Mathematics and in the world of Art.
The Nautilus shell, with its logarithmic spiral, is a clear example of architectural perfection in direct contact with the sea.
The symbol is the symmetrical image of the shell in which the leap of the dolphin stands out.
The shell evokes beauty, protection, maximum comfort and the joy of perfect harmony.
The symbiosis with the dolphin confers the strength of uniqueness to the Symbol: that which is bespoke exclusivity.
The dolphin, represents the indissoluble bond between man and the sea.
The opening of the butterfly wings symbol widens the vision of the company towards the creation of interiors of earth, sky and sea and it is our wish for us and for our customers to fly together towards a prosperous future.
In all periods, this mathematical relationship has conferred perfect harmony to artistic and
In the Cheops pyramid, the Parthenon, in Bach fuguesand even in the Stradivarius violin, the application of this magic ratio is constant.
But the most decisive supporter of the golden ration, was Le Corbusier who, with the Modulor system, based the ideal proportion between man and his living surroundings on this numeric relationship.
The golden ratio is in the Fibonacci sequence, so called from the name of the mathematician who devised it.
The Fibonacci sequence is a recursive series in which each number, starting from the third, is equal to the sum of the two previous ones: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89…
The street where our headquarter is located is named after Leonardo Fibonacci, Pisan mathematician.