tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove

tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove

‘celluar automation origin of species 2’ image © designboom

 

 

as animals grow, their bone structures increase in size. they develop into the ultimate shaped forms, being able to support the entire structure with just one fifth the mass of the whole. this is a study of ross lovegrove’s organic essentialism. in his work he analyzes the composition and structure of bones and finds ways through modeling and structuring. for ‘cellular automation’ he created complex structures experimenting with 3d software to create pieces that imitate nature. his work is on display as part of the second nature exhibition at 21_21, tokyo, japan.

 

 

tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove image © designboom

 

tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove image © designboom

 

 

tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove image © designboom

 

tokyo design week 08: 'cellular automation' by ross lovegrove image © designboom

 

 

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more: http://www.rosslovegrove.com designboom article on ross lovegrove’s organic essentialism

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