A study in emergent nanomaterials, Fluidform was developed in conjunction with Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. Fluidform is a proprietary casting process capable of generating intricate patterns with multiple materials. Utilizing liquids instead of solid molds, Fluidform is also a low-waste, renewable and sustainable process that benefits from economies of scale, offering a broad range of mass-customizable applications ranging from advanced optics and aerodynamics to architectural acoustics and insulation.  


In Collaboration with Aizenberg Lab, Jonathan Grinham, Kurt Fischer, and Puja Patel 

Critic: Martin Bechtold