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The international Science Island competition asked for proposals for a new science and innovation center in Kaunas, Lithuania. The project is designed as a picturesque cluster of rectangular volumes connected by an equally irregular ground condition. Each volume is articulated by manipulating fractal meshes produced in part using mri software. It pioneers the use of new technology in architectural design and the potential for the authoritative application of near infinite levels of articulation with 3D fractals in architecture. The entry was awarded one of five honorable mentions, the only team recognized from the United States.

Science Island Competition - Honorable Mention
Mark Foster Gage Architects, with Ryan Wilson, Zach Beale, Arif Javed, James Bradley, and Nathan Garcia

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