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Organic Architecture, Fractals, and Ball Pits!

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A fun look at organic architecture set against the backdrop of lush ocean cliffs, vibrant ball pits, and fractal trees. Organic architecture was a style of modern architecture lead by the great Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century. Taking a closer look into the hidden geometry of nature, we find that organic architecture may have greatly benefited from the study of fractals such as the fibonacci sequence and golden section, as these irregular geometries are found throughout all of nature. Looking into contemporary examples, the ambitious architecture of Eugene Tsui is then described, which directly takes forms from nature, such as fibonacci spirals, and applies them to create designs that are theoretically impervious to earthquakes, hurricanes, fire, and other natural forces and lateral loads.
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