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Building unimaginable shapes

TEDGlobal 2012 · 11:07 · Filmed Jun 2012
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Inspired by cell division, Michael Hansmeyer writes algorithms that design outrageously fascinating shapes and forms with millions of facets. No person could draft them by hand, but they're buildable — and they could revolutionize the way we think of architectural form.

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Computational architect
Michael Hansmeyer is an architect and programmer who explores the use of algorithms and computation to generate architectural form. Full bio

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