Kaveh Dadgar

MSc Bio Digital Architecture


Ocean

Collective behaviours of animal groups depend on local interactions among individuals, which drive the emergence of coordination on a global scale. Any school of fish can self-organise from a disorderly state into an ordered state by following a prescribed polarisation pattern. Individuals transfer information efficiently between each other with these specific patterns and respond quickly to changes in the environment. I’ve simulated this natural system with different factors and variables in an architectural scope.