LifeObject is an architectural installation that studies characteristics of bird’s nest into new material as well as its resilient properties. The installation is made up of biological materials that are responsive to its environment as a dialogue between architecture and biology. Computation and digital fabrication of LifeObject articulates new practices of material-making using rich natural materials that embody living qualities. Through algorithmic analysis of the nest, the project arranged twigs and fibers with bending stresses, morphing into what is a result of its adaption to gravity forces and boundary conditions. The LifeObject is interesting in its materialization of abstract ideas through the algorithm studies, coding, and digital fabrication that opens up opportunity in the future architectural field to integrate biologically inspired materials.
detailed views of the Life Object