vertical tree growth
Vertical tree Growth is an expression of creating organic forms digitally. The methods used to produce this shape are mimicking cell growth through computational design. A simple curve shape is divided into 50 segments, the segments are programmed to increase in length without overlapping any other curves within a container. This process is repeated with more intensity and stacked vertically. The result is an organic form gowning in both directions. The final form mimics a tree, yet the age of the growth is shown vertically rather than how trees age, which is shown through its width. | Westerlund | 

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