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Patterns in nature are most often a results of two processes. Diffusion and Reaction. First spotted by way of Alan Turing (additionally the person who invented the pc), those two processes, when blended shape all of the patterns we all know in nature, from the stripes on a tiger or a zebra, to the feel on a coral. Devoting their time to computationally perfecting this set of rules and the use of it within the design procedure is Nervous System, a Massachusetts primarily based studio. The Coral Cup, a results of the ones efforts, makes use of computationally generated design on its external. The ridges are impressed by way of those discovered on mind coral, and glance shocking at the cup, developing a good looking play between mild and coloration, whilst additionally being an improbable tactile enjoy in themselves (it’s value noting they give the impression of being relatively very similar to fingerprints too!)
The molds for the Coral Cup are made in-house and use a artful design to lend a hand hide the parting strains throughout the coral texture. Each cup is slip-casted in porcelain and can also be purchased at the Nervous System web site now!
Designer: Nervous System