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Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
This course will introduce advanced programming tools for architectural form generation and self-organizing systems. We will be studying form and structure approaching it from two domains: one from the domain of nature that offers an abundance of patterns, dynamic systems and forms, the other one from technology that offers simulation, computation and calculation. Our goal is to develop a generative and dynamic understanding of form that combines both domains within morphology. Thus, we will consider form as not assembled but developed and grown over time.
Tyrone Marshall |Reaction Diffusion Habitat
Ying Ying Zen|Reaction Diffusion Blobs
Christina Shivers |Diffused Limited Aggregation Towers
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