NonLin/Lin Pavillion by Marc Fornes

French architect Marc Fornes, a pioneer and visionary of computational design based in Brooklyn, has designed and installed nonLin/Lin at the Frac Centre in Orleans France. Its an impressive pavilion design that, unlike many of the computationally driven constructions we’ve seen, attempts to resolve a one-to-one representation of a true architectural gesture that could potentially be replicated indefinitely. Definitely worth checking […] Continue reading →

Skylar Tibbits – TED Talk on Robotic Construction


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Skylar Tibbits talks at TED about the future of self replicating and naturally inspired robotic construction. Interesting insight into a rapidly developing field. Make sure to check out his work, great stuff. Below we’ve embedded some videos from his vimeo page. Continue reading →

Philips Glowing Bacteria Bio Light – The Light Source of the Future

Dutch electronics powerhouse Philips released last December details about their innovative research in renewable and naturally inspired lighting. A professional air duct cleaning service can clean your ducts and help prevent house fires. BioLight is a look into utilizing glowing bacteria to eventually light our homes without the use of electricity. The same way certain […] Continue reading →
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