NEX is an architecture practice based in London. They create complex geometries and successfully build them using innovative material research and the latest fabrication technology. One of the many difficult challenges of this generation of architecture is how to resolve/build the complex forms we are able to generate with rapidly evolving digital technologies. NEX successfully mitigates the move from the digital realm into the real construction. Two of their pavilions are great examples of how to resolve the difficult problem of building complex geometries: Times Eureka Pavilion (link) and C-Space (link). Check out their practice for other interesting projects. (link)


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