I was tempted to make a pun about this being a horn "with a twist", before I was gently reminded how absolutely horrible a thing a pun is, if you are on the receiving end. It would have, however, been a well-founded pun; the unique design of this Brebbia shape is essentially that of a triangular cross-sectioned Horn which twists through its transition. The degree of this twist is itself quite interesting, as it is just the right amount to give the illusion, when one looks closer, that two of the form's edges don't actually twist at all. In actuality, it's just that they twist just the right amount to maintain a line which doesn't need to slant in the same way that the third, uppermost edge does: a shape that is much more complex than its rather minimalist appearance suggests.
- Eric N. Squires
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