25 Feb 2010 - 11:58 am
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COMPLEX MORPHOLOGIES by Megan Magraw, Nathaniel Rather, David Saunders

London and New York based international design practice Kokkugia operates through design, research, experimentation and teaching to develop generative design methodologies from the complex self-organising behavior of social, biological and material systems. I have selected some of their research and teaching imagery which I found highly inspirational in the purest form of abstraction. The images shown here are only a few examples of parametric modeling, rapid prototyping, and other numerically controlled manufacturing techniques using algorithmic design and computational geometry.

GENETIC ALGORITHM FABRICATION

MORPHOGENETIC LATTICE

FORM AND ALGORITHM by Liwen Mao, April Qi Chen, Mahdi Alibakhshian, Hyunsoo Kim

COMPLEX PHENOMENA by Pablo Kohan, Daniel Whipple, Andrew Gierke + Difeng Zhou

TOPOLOGICAL MUTATIONS

BEHAVIORAL URBANISM

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