| Digital [Sub]stance |
Digital [Sub]stance is a platform developed to host and promote an interdisciplinary approach on Architecture, initiated by Marios Tsiliakos in 2010. The primary aim of Digital [Sub]stance is to provide a synergetic logic between Architecture, Design and Computation while enabling the exploration and experimentation on computational-based approaches related to the latest developments in generative design. Digital [Sub]stance’s content will be populated by Designs, Ongoing Research, Code, Tutorials and Issues regarding morphogenetic techniques, associative modeling, self-organizational systems, artificial intelligence, biomimetics and physical computing.
Digital [Sub]stance draws inspiration theoretically and verbally from Aristotle’s “Metaphysics” as the knowledge of immaterial being. Aristotle defines substance as a combination of both matter and form completed by essence.