Biophilia : Technophilia 75%

-Increasing cultural infatuations with technology and biology have created a society of biophilia and technophilia, where these ideaologies have seeped into nearly every facet of human existence. With architecture dependantly bound to the technologies of human creation, as we are able to manipulate biological matter at the unit of the molecule, simulate complex biological systems and synthesize DNA our habitat shall too become more bionic. The post-human landscape becomes an interwoven mesh of genetically manipulated biological growth and technological apparatus aimed at reconnecting to the human physiological matrix.

Biophilia : Technophilia envisions an autonomously printed scaffolding system that grows into the city creating a bionic infrastructural network of physiologically responsive interfaces and augmented atmospheres.

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Categories: Academia, Modelling, Representation


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