Concepts by human, impression art by AI, simulated by algorithm, computer modelling by human, 3D-printed by machine, post-processing by human. Microcosm - Simulated Growth prototype quick print with bio-filaments. Our designers use AI tools to create "The Microcosm" collection, inspired by the growth patterns of different organisms at the molecular level. Cutting-edge computational methods allow us to generate complex, life-like sculptures using algorithmic processes. We aim
One of the proposed AI-assisted concept art by our designers for The Microcosm collection. This design language is based on the dual-layer organic form structure of "Eden", and "Embryo". #terraliving #microcosm #aiart #artificialintelligence #render #biomorphism #bioarchitecture #biomimetic #terrarium #moss #preservedmoss #artobject #modernart
A concept art from behind the scenes of our team meeting, where our designers use AI tools to illustrate the idea of experimentation for "The Microcosm" collection. About "The Microcosm": Inspired by the growth patterns of different organisms up to molecular level, our "Simulated Growth" design language intends to capture the simple yet beautiful essence and beauty of these natural phenomena. We can explore this idea using cutting-edge computational methods capable of generat
AI-assisted concept art from the mood board of our designers to express the idea of experimenting with future releases of "The Dystopian". Our existing "Dystopian" collection is supported by cork and 3D-printed structures. Future iterations will explore more intricate and expressive moss arrangements with fully 3D-printed parts. The existing concept behind "Dystopian" collection: Post-Apocalypse: Day 3,571 In 79 days, it’ll be humanity’s third anniversary of extinction. Ever
We've been experimenting with parametric and organic forms for the past two years, inspired by nature, and aided by computational algorithms & 3D printing. This has allowed us to explore new boundaries in our art that we could never have before, with more than 30 official releases heavily influenced by these techniques. In 2022 and 2023, our research focuses on applying AI tools such as Dall-E, stable diffusion, and Midjourney into our existing design softwares and pipelines.
The Art of TerraLiving — Artists' impression for our first 3D-printed prototype of the "Microcosm" series, coded as "Fruiting Body - ⍺". "Fruiting Body - ⍺" will officially be released as a palm-sized sculpture, driven by biomimetic and biomorphism — where we looked into naturally occurring phenomena from the molecular level, such as protein folding patterns and the formation of cellular structures. It was made possible through the "Simulated Growth" concept based on our exis