|A [near] perfect mathematic structure affected by a chaotic process.|
|The variety of forms in nature seems endless. Patterns can derive from mathematical rules. Habitats can derive from patterns|
|The pavilion is a temporary proposal for a historic hall. It reflects new built orders and hidden rules in contrast with those of its classical backdrop.|
|A genetic algorithm is no guarantee of beauty but the outcomes can be striking.|
|The matrix of self assembling timber cubes expresses the invisible forces of life and death that affect each brick.|
|The aggregation of the chipwood bricks turns into an unpredicatble continuum|
No mutation. Selection-only generative process enables simple fabrication and assembly.
''This is always the system in which optimization of the whole holds precedence over maximizing individual elements'
Rudolf Finsterwalder in 'Form follows nature'