ZAS Architects is a design team that recently put together the facade of the Toronto-based Bergeron Centre that has a unique tessellating design. The exterior was put together cleverly using a math algorithm to create the intricate and abstract geometric triangle pattern that wraps around the side of the modern building.
The Bergeron Centre is a structure geared towards offering a space specifically for upcoming engineers to congregate and the incorporation of math in the overall design speaks to this theme. The building is made from a series of glass triangle panels that are arranged according to a complex algorithm. To the naked eye, the patterns simply look like artistic decals. The building houses office space and laboratories for engineers to utilize.
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