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What is the movement in architecture in which buildings have an organic, amoeba-shaped form?
Blobism or blobitecture is a type of wavy, curvy building design without traditional edges or traditional symmetric form. American-born architect Greg Lynn is credited with founding the movement in 1995 while experimenting with metaball graphical software to create digital designs. Blob architecture is unthinkable without computer-aided design programs. Architects derive the forms by manipulating the algorithms of the computer modeling platform.
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