Shelly Kappe introduces the second lecture in a series on experimental ideas in architecture.
Zvi Hecker surveys the exploitation of geometrical form in architecture. He admits that geometry, while it is a small component of architecture, still merits rigorous study. His own work explores space packing and draws inspiration from forms found in nature, such as bubbles, and geometric art, including Islamic and Jewish traditions. A series of projects are shown exhibiting the different scales these geometries can be deployed in.