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>>>reference(Biological excitable media) Brian Goodwin

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How the Leopard Changed Its Spots : The Evolution of Complexity,

Princeton university press

In the field, there are a series of connections between constituents of the system,
natural kinetic stability.

Mathemtians define that kinetic stability as the general (typical)state of the field
inherent of the spacio-temporal patterns.
The bellow example is one of the biological fields (excitable media) in which,
the spontaneous patterns are created from the zero, self-organizing with the

Those examples are the oscillation wave of the slime mold (Siegert and Weijer)
and the agglomerate separation of extending amoeba around the nuclei.

_the structure of
the spiral wave on the tip of
the slime mold

Plane wave goes from the front to the back and

the cells move forward, this collective movement
causes the propelling movement of the waves. _Aggregate separation of extending amoeba
around the nuclei.
Initially, amoeba spread over the field and next,
they become seperate forming distributed neclei
>>>exemplar building models atelier mfmaarch masataka fukui

Nowadays, because of the increasing needs for the land use, we are asked to consider the skyscraper and renovation of existent high rising blocks.
For this, we can propose the bellow model to be embedded into the above buildings. this gives an example of using it for a tower complex seen in the regeneration projects and
the large development in the emergent countries.

_A exemplar 30 storey building.

8 storeys
8 storeys

6 storeys

6 storeys
10 storeys
10 storeys

6 storeys

6 storeys
_view from the sky _facade 1 1/650
1/650 _facade 2 1/650
>>>exploration of the continuous surface. atelier mfmaarch masataka fukui

Other characteristics of the space are the folded space which becomes increasingly popular architectural model,
though this model is the fruit of natural models like the slime mold or chemical waves or amoeba morphology and the interesting
spatial definition of the circulation spaces like spiralled slopes with the softly inclined surfaces.

close view_2

close view_1

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close view_2
_A 1/300

close view_1

_B 1/300

close view_2 roof level

close view_1
>>>cross-sections(internal spaces) atelier mfmaarch masataka fukui

view bb`-1

b b`

view aa`-1

_3d cross section bb`-1

As described previously, the interior space is

very continuous with the chacteristics of the slopes and
near flat (landscaping) surface.
This original space may make very suitable for
exhibition oriented or muti-purposeful spaces whilst they
can be partly completely flat for offices.

_3d cross section aa`-1

>>>emergent patterns.(traced patterns) atelier mfmaarch masataka fukui

Bellow patterns show those with traces whose heading are of mutidirectional movements.
these patterns can be fitted into site plots with irregular forms.

Storey: 6 _Pattern_5
Nodes: 6
unit height: 4m


plan elevation

plan _Pattern_6



>>>emergent patterns.(other characteristic patterns) atelier mfmaarch masataka fukui

Bellow patterns show that there are much varied ones each other.
All this suggests that in the future, the use of the genetic algorithm is considered for the creation of populous and varied patterns and evolving particular ones for needs.

Storey: 6
Nodes: 6
unit height: 4m

_Pattern_8 _Pattern_9 _Pattern_10


plan plan

elevation 1/800
elevation 1/800
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all of the following buildings consist of the continuous surfaces spirally embedded into the interior spaces.

_cross section of Benz museum, Stuttgart, Germany(Unstudio)

_cross section of the Guggenheim new york( Frank LLoyd Wright)

_exterior view(Unstudio)

_interior view( Frank LLoyd Wright) _exterior view( Frank LLoyd Wright) _3d concept (Unstudio)

_interior view(Unstudio)

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