Architecture / Design

Algorithmic Design Research

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Glass Cloud

Glass Cloud <p>The Glass Cloud (2009) was a speculative proposal for a continuously growing habitable structure, built by a series of autonomous robots melting down recycled glass, then fusing this material back together to create a structurally stable, although unpredictable aggregation of components, inspired by the spicules that form a skeletal matrix in many sea […]

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North Atlantic Server Farm

Speculative proposal. 2009 A free-floating archipelago of autonomous swimming, wave-powered, and seawater-cooled server units, linked together at hubs with undersea cable connections. The network would grow to keep up with computing needs, and as it scales, the reflectivity of its white surfaces could begin to offset the reduced albedo of Earth from the melting of […]

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Tallinn Architecture Biennale

I collaborated with Casey Rehm and Yasushi Ishida on the project Strange Flatmates: New Residents for the Primitive Hut for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale. Our proposal, involving AI-controlled robotic wood fabrication, moss, and spiders, made the shortlist of finalists for the 2018 competition.

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Upgrade / Backup

Upgrade/Backup is a proposal for a network of geographically remote climate research nodes, algorithmically designed via on-site simulation without human control, and fabricated using a cooperative swarm of autonomous robots.

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