'Biodigital Processes in Architecture' Promotes Calm Creativity

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 9, 2011 • References: synth-e-techmorph.blogspot & cribcandy
Although only a thesis proposal at the moment, the Biodigital Processes in Architecture design is absolutely stunning. It's so stunning that I wouldn't be surprised if the School of Architecture in Florence would make it its new library.

Designed by Italian architectural student Tommaso Casucci, the Biodigital Processes in Architecture proposal experiments with the idea of surface modulation while adhering to the functions of the school. The organic, undulating structure promotes calm creativity as well as bringing the outdoors in for a more natural working environment. Stats for Organically Frothy Libraries Trending: Older & Chilly
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