I was drawn by the processes of nature and sought to bring them into my methods as designer, to take acknowledgement of their presence as a way of guiding form and allowing their counterpart to be subjugated by digital and material processes. Exploring how this approach can be applied in a product context that enables elements of nature to be entwined within our indoor environments. A subject that begins to channel ideas around constructional law and concepts of biofillia to work with nature in a way that helps how we relate to our space and object, to subjugate the confines that are deeply entwined within how we shape our indoor environments, the squares, sharp edges and flat surfaces that are common within manufacturing and design approaches and intersect them with natural form.
The constructal law reveals that history is not a series of discrete narratives—the story of rocks or rivers or plants or people—but a single story woven together from the various flows that mate and morph on Earth. -Adrian Bejan and J. Peder Zane