Our work

We design interactive experiences, develop custom tools for data analysis and visualization, and craft beautiful web maps.

Morphocode Explorer

Analyze existing site conditions, measure key urban indicators, and perform spatial analysis — directly in the browser.

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Morphocode Explorer

D3 Horizon Charts

An open-source D3.js plugin for drawing horizon charts in the browser and node. The plugin provides an effective method to visually compare multiple data sources in a single view.

●  Used by Apache Superset

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Urban Layers

Urban Layers is an interactive visualization that explores historical layers of Manhattan’s built environment, revealing hidden patterns and preserved fragments.

●  Published in the Best American Infographics 2015
●  Featured in the Top 100 Best Maps of 2014
●  Most Popular Story on Atlantic Media’s Citylab

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Rabbit is one of the first add-ons for Grasshopper & Rhino3D. The add-on provides an easy way to explore natural phenomena such as pattern formation, self-organization and emergence.

●  Workshop at IUAV — Venice, Italy
●  Workshop at Staedelschule — Frankfurt, Germany
●  Used at GSAPP, RMIT, Harvard Design School, Yale, AA School of Architecture, Berkeley and many more

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The heritage of Sofia

We built a custom interactive map using Mapbox GL JS, d3.js and Google street view to cast light on Sofia’s cultural heritage.

● Received the Mayor’s award for cultural contributions

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Data Urbanism

Data Urbanism was an exhibition featuring three projects: “Data Traces”, “The Pulse of the City” and “1950-2030”. The exhibition was hosted by Platform, Munich.

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The pulse of Melbourne

We explored data from Melbourne’s pedestrian counting system to visualize movement patterns and network interdependencies.

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Interactive Field

We’ve used Kinect and LibCinder to create an interactive kinetic field.  By moving your hands, you can apply force over the digital model in real-time.

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Zima is a series of houseware products designed by Morphocode. The design was inspired by John Conway’s Game of Life, generated using our plug-in Rabbit and 3D printed in white plastic.

●  Exhibited at the World Design Capital, Helsinki

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Wind Turbine Loft

A concept that proposes the installation of a residential unit within the volume of the nacelle that would provide constant shelter for a group of technicians taking care of the functional integrity of the turbine.

●  Featured on DesignBoom, Yahoo News & Inhabitat

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