The latest issue of Seed features nine visionary thinkers whose work straddles the line between science and design. One is a “material ecologist” whose architectural designs, like a wax building skin that responds to wind and temperature, mimic natural materials. Another pair of graphic designers analyze massive amounts of data from seemingly mundane sources to create images that reveal unseen trends in addition to being visually striking. In the video below, the two designers—Joris Maltha and Daniel Gross—talk about their unique approach and why they are drawn to particular systems:
Videos and more information on each of the revolutionary minds—including architects and web designers—can be found on Seed Magazine’s website here.