"A formula can be very simple, and create a universe of bottomless complexity."

He looked at funny things and never hesitated to ask questions. While a research fellow at a small tech company he predicted to a friend tinkering with a network that it would grow in an organic way. His work has become popular recently in architecture through a fascination with generative design, but Benoit Mandelbrot also overlapped with architecture years ago in a paper where he unabashedly spoke of Mies' work as boring and cheap. You can read about it in a great interview with Paola Antonelli.

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