Exploring forms through Computational Design to Digital Fabrication
THEVERYMANY is a Brooklyn-based art and architecture studio specializing in work that unifies surface, structure and experience into a single, architectonic system.
Founded by Marc Fornes, a practicing Architect DPLG, THEVERYMANY represents a body of research that advances computational protocols and complex assemblies in architecture and beyond.
Over the last ten years, the studio has designed and built a number of thin-shell pavilions, installations and building-scale works that push the limits of form, structure, and space.
The prototypical strategy of the studio has driven the development and implementation of “Structural Stripes,” a building system by which custom-designed parts form complex, self-supporting curvilinear surfaces.
Commissioned by leading art institutions, public art organizations, and private clients, these complex worlds are made to be experienced, and demonstrate the possible spatial futures between art and architecture.