Taehyun Terry Lee and a team from The Bartlett School of Architecture (UK) have put together a stunning 8 minute video. The group has done an impressive amount of analysis on natural material structures and reproduced their own versions using computer simulation, 3D printing and porous concrete.
They are proposing building a pavilion from a mix of meta-ball aggregates, fibrous networks and porous concrete. This structure is designed to host life (lichen, algae and moss).
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