Patterning Porosity

Philadelphia, 2014

Evolving through a collaborative studio, the design process for Patterning Porosity began with an independent exploration of a pattern found in nature. My pattern was inspired by the differentiation of stem cells and their ability to divide. The project utilized computational strategies to explore translations through varying scales. In constant consideration was the homogenization with neighboring panels within the installation.

Through an exploration into the potentials of CNC production, a procedural network was utilized as parameters to develop the two dimensional pattern into a three dimensional construct. This process explored methods of layering and light manipulation.