The Algae collection was inspired by the branching forms of plants and algae.
Ammonite is inspired by the interlocking suture patterns found in the fossilized cephalopods called ammonites. The forms themselves are grown through a simulation of dendritic solidification, a process related to supercooled crystal growth.
Cell Cycle
A collection of 3D-printed cellular jewelry inspired by the microscopic shells of radiolarians. The complex forms were created through simulations of the physical forces in a cellular network.
Corollaria is a jewelry collection inspired by cellular structures in nature. Each algorithmically designed piece is made up of an intricate filigree which varies in density and direction.
Dendrite was inspired by the aggregate, branching growth of dendritic crystals and coral. It is based on diffusion limited aggregation, a process whereby randomly moving particles gradually accrete into complex configurations by colliding and sticking to one another.
Florescence is inspired by the biomechanics of growing leaves and blooming flowers. Each piece emerges from a computational simulation of differential growth.
Generative Jigsaw Puzzles
Jigsaw puzzles for the 21st century! Each generative puzzle is a one of a kind creation with unique art and pieces. Our goal was to marry the artistry of traditional, hand-crafted jigsaw puzzles with the possibilities of new technologies.
Hyphae is a collection of 3D printed artifacts constructed of rhizome-like networks. Inspired vein structures, we created a simulation which uses physical growth principles to build sculptural, organic structures. Starting from an initial seed and a surface, we grow a hierarchical network where nodes constantly branch and merge.
Kinematics is a system for 4D printing that creates complex, foldable forms composed of articulated modules.
A series of limited edition products that test out our latest ideas and experiments.
Organic 3-dimensional branching forms grown using a numerical model of isotropic dendritic solidification and produced in precious metal using 3D printing.
Lace-like structures are cut from silicone rubber and etched out of stainless steel.

The pattern displays shifts in direction and scale, creating a sense of movement and tension. These complex forms recall those of radiolarians, plant cells and even the familiar honey comb.

Sculptural ceramics and lamps created by simulating reaction-diffusion, a process that mimics how organisms form patterns
A jewelry collection based on the process of vein formation in leaves. Our simulation models how the flow of growth horomones causes complex networks of veins to form. The resultant pieces explore the breadth of possible patterning and create impossible, unnatural forms combining the geometric and organic.
We use algorithms inspired by nature to create unique jewelry; every single piece is one of a kind. You can also create your own designs using our web-based apps.