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Kokkugia: Algorithmic Architecture

08.14.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design   |   By: Toshi Jones
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Kokkugia: Algorithmic Architecture
You many not come in contact with structures like these every day. Many architects are using algorithmic architecture as a base for some very interesting solutions. Kokkugia is pioneering this method within the walls of the bi-continental offices.

The iSAW project intends to update the Warsaw urban center. Driven by extensive research, this studio has proposed a strategy which allows for two totally different types of occupants to coexist within the structure. These divergent tenants would be housed in mutually exclusive sections and would receive a very different spacial experience.

It may not be long before the fruits of the Algo Arch revolution are fully realized. One of today’s most prominent examples, the Bejing Olympic stadium, is affectionately named the “Birds Nest.” However, the American general public may not be ready for this kind of architectural advance.

Kokkugia: Algorithmic Architecture

Kokkugia: Algorithmic Architecture

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