Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta, the pair behind the Amsterdam-based studio DRIFT, have spent the previous few a long time exploring the intersection of know-how and nature, an expertise they recount in a brand new interview supported by Colossal Members. Their broad, immersive physique of labor harnesses the facility of robotics, manufactured mechanisms, and even algorithms to visualise among the most beautiful and charming organic phenomena and ecological cycles.
We consider that we dwell in a time the place know-how and nature are now not opposites however are codependent entities. For DRIFT, inspiration and pure phenomena all the time stand on the epicenter of our works—know-how is merely the means to carry our visions to life—whereas the web permits us to share our visions with as many individuals as attainable.
In this dialog, Colossal managing editor Grace Ebert speaks with the pair concerning the origins of their collaboration-driven studio, how recognizing and internalizing patterns may also help us realign with the world round us, and why nature and the inevitability of change is the one assure.
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