“Ungularum” is Latin for “group of hooves”, an anatomical feature that defines a class of mammals called ungulates. “Ungula” also has a geometric meaning, referring to a solid region of a cylinder, cut by a plane oblique to its base, resulting in a hoof-like form. In this case, the angle of the plane is derived from pentagonal geometry and the golden ratio. These forms on the floor appear as the moment before the logs “sink” out of sight.


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