San Francisco Magazine Feature

Read the May issue of San Francisco magazine article “Breaking Boundaries” by Julia Millay Walsh (with an introduction by Carolyne Zinko). We are featured alongside our friends and colleagues Emerging Objects and Matsys.

an Francisco can only skate by on its gingerbread houses for so long. Pretty buildings just don’t cut it anymore. Soon, we’ll expect our architecture to perform for us, play with us and print itself ... Nataly Gattegno of FUTUREFORMS says she and partner Jason Kelly Johnson’s work has been called “high-performance craft,” but we’re not convinced it’s not sheer sorcery.”
— Julia Millay Walsh

FORM Nº 282 Simulation Shifts Design

FUTUREFORMS artwork is featured in Form No. 282.

‘Where does reality end and simulation begin? And what is the user’s role in the interplay of both? In volume 282 of form – Design Magazine under the main topic “Simulation Shifts Design” we take a look at how simulation changes the design process and what benefits designers derive from them in shaping our environment. Thus, simulations can be used to create new worlds apart from real-world power relations (Pussykrew) or allow us to experience old worlds in a new way (Mad Men); to reorient ourselves in urban spaces (Futureforms) and relearn the usage of familiar things (Google Soli) ‘