Biomorphic Forms

Modern technology and computational advancements allow us to leave behind the traditional approach of post and beam and to consider new forms. We are keen to investigate new ways of putting things together.

Inspiration is drawn from the natural world and this emerging morphology is grappling with the sophistication of the biological world around us. As an engineering practice we are challenged to respond to this shift and to participate so that these forms are not just images or cartoons of the natural world. Our research website considers the processes that can be used in the development to construction of freeform (biomorphic) structures.

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