Blobitecture, also referred to as "blob architecture" or "blobism", refers to modern structures with an amorphous, blob-like shape.
Blobitecture arose in the course of the nineteen nineties when CAD methods have been first being designed for architects and interior designers.
The term 'blob architecture' was coined by architect Greg Lynn in 1995 in his experiments in digital design with metaball graphical software.
Soon a range of architects and furniture designers began to experiment with this "blobby" software to create new and unusual forms.
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Architecture students will find this MINI THESIS fascinating as it details the history and evolution of BLOBITECTURE.