Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch produce an architecture that exposes the vitality of nested structures, their layering at various scales, and their simultaneity. It is as much about a process of self-organization as it is about the structures of pattern, which yield a cascade of intermeshed strategies for the derivation of form and texture. The method offers endless potential for the interpretation of program. The nature of their search is algorithmic, the repeating dynamic that compiles and reveals a series of embedded orders. What we choose depends on materiality linked to scale.
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The endless variety of crystal shapes that emerge in that moment of crystallization became an obsession for one self-educated farmer from Vermont, Wilson Bentley, who spent a lifetime photographing snowflakes. For the forty-five years leading up to his death in , through a painstaking process that involved brutal weather and fussy equipment, Bentley proved that no two snowflakes are alike by documenting 5, individual crystals falling behind his farmhouse. For him, the beautiful six-sided symmetry of every crystal was evidence of both the character of the cloud it came from, its altitude, electromagnetism, and temperature, as well as the rules inherent to the water molecule. The rule of six unlocks his collection. The moment any sort of development is imposed onto this formless matter it begins to enter the realm of substance, organization, and material.