Fractal geometry model built with bristol board, glue and wire. Individual seedshapes are cut out by the laser cutter and joined using point-to-point methods in order to create a sense of natural growth. Within the connections, space shapes are created by the concave surfaces of the seedshapes. There are totally of 100 volumetric seedshapes in the ratio of 1:1.5:2:4.
The representational model is constructed by joining bristol paper cutouts in a lamination fashion. Each additional layer is scaled up by two precent, thus creating space within a densely concentrated volume.