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Autumn Huahin condominium by Sansiri. Landscape Architect Sanitas Studio

Autumn Huahin condominium by Sansiri. Landscape Architect Sanitas Studio

South Africa’s Must-See Resort Mimari #architectural  http://turkrazzi.com/ppost/343681015304138807/

South Africa’s Must-See Resort Mimari #architectural http://turkrazzi.com/ppost/343681015304138807/

structural modules

structural modules

"In Nature" design by Marentes & Partners

"In Nature" design by Marentes & Partners

Slovenian Pavilion at @Expo2015Milano, Milan, 2015 by @sonoarchitects…

Slovenian Pavilion at @Expo2015Milano, Milan, 2015 by @sonoarchitects…

slow ottawa on Twitter: "LIFT modular, re-deployable seating >> http://t.co/9IzJcR2zgW >> https://t.co/7pU1vgfjc7 #tacticalurbanism #parklet http://t.co/v1fbT4hWzw"

slow ottawa on Twitter: "LIFT modular, re-deployable seating >> http://t.co/9IzJcR2zgW >> https://t.co/7pU1vgfjc7 #tacticalurbanism #parklet http://t.co/v1fbT4hWzw"

Ale Rambar — Diseño y confección de maqueta para un spa de...

Ale Rambar — Diseño y confección de maqueta para un spa de...

DeviantArt: More Like Fractal Tessellation by hawmkoonstormbringer

DeviantArt: More Like Fractal Tessellation by hawmkoonstormbringer

Fractal Geometry ~ A fractal is defined as a "rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole," according to their "discoverer" Benoit Mendelbrot (Nov. 20, 1924 – Oct. 14, 2010). In plain English this means that something is "self-similar," or at least generally like a zoomed in/out iteration of itself.

Fractal Geometry ~ A fractal is defined as a "rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole," according to their "discoverer" Benoit Mendelbrot (Nov. 20, 1924 – Oct. 14, 2010). In plain English this means that something is "self-similar," or at least generally like a zoomed in/out iteration of itself.

The Ted talk by Ron Eglash about fractals was really intriguing and pointed out that even some of the most everyday things we see, a leaf for example, has so much more complexity behind it than you would realize when first seeing it. This relates to much of our everyday activity.

The Ted talk by Ron Eglash about fractals was really intriguing and pointed out that even some of the most everyday things we see, a leaf for example, has so much more complexity behind it than you would realize when first seeing it. This relates to much of our everyday activity.