Neri Oxman’s Mediated Matter Group has digitally designed and robotically fabricated a structure using the molecular components found in tree branches, insect exoskeletons and human bones.
Aguahoja I examines how even the materials that we consider waste can inform design.
Standing five meters tall, the structure’s skin is composed of cellulose, chitosan, and pectin – the planet’s most abundant materials, according to the studio.
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