While a student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, I became very interested in the inner computational workings behind digital tools. At some point, I became addicted to the curious autonomy of the field of mathematics. It is a bizarrely beautiful field, of which, even today, I have only scratched the surface.
Dennis Shelden was the first individual with whom I shared my research. As the work began to reach high levels of complexity, Dennis encouraged me to step back and understand the basic principles of the mathematics. Since that conversation, I have been obsessed with designing and understanding.
Embedded deep within this book is a philosophical framework rooted in the discourse of shape grammars. George Stiny challenges ...