A design for the Berlin Museum of Natural Science based off of the metamorphosis of a butterfly. The research for this design was done by a group now studying how bone cancer warps and transforms the body.
“It’s about learning from how the structure of the human body can accommodate such fast-growing, extensive changes – and what that could mean for buildings inspired by imperfection”
Made with Vectorizer by Nick Kircos
I’m kind of obsessed with these things right now. I prefer the manual(hard) way of generating them via formula in OS X’s Grapher, but this web app is pretty cool.
Made for an assignment titled “The Quantified Selfie”
from Video-Game-Foliage.tumblr.com (h/t: @gangles)
Thief, Dark Project, 1998
I want a Kiva System for my house. It can rearrange all of my furniture at random intervals according to type and a random Feng Shui Bagua.
A collaboration between me, Dr. Seuss, and Google Voice.
Darius Kazemi, all around awesome human, tweeted this and followed it up by starting this. I’ve decided to follow in the footsteps of LeWitt and Nauman by providing a minimal algorithm for generating new Seussian children’s books.