From Honey Combed Dresses to Hex-ed Out Houses

 - Jan 13, 2013
Honey comb design is used pervasively in many areas of composition from fashion to architecture. The honey comb structure consists of columnar and hexagonal cells separated with aligned borders.

The honey comb is an attractive visual structure that has an uncluttered quality of complexity. More importantly, honey comb structured designs have the characteristic being extremely lightweight and using a minimal amount of material. This also corresponds to lower production costs.

Voronoi is a mathematical diagram that is the manner of diving space into hexagonal regions, which creates this honeycomb effect. It is therefore an ideal form for interactive design advancement for the fact that it provides personal engagement opportunities for the consumer as well as leaving almost no room for errors.