Toward an architecture of nature | Barry Lee | TEDxHelensvaleLibrary

With the increase in technology and computer power, architects are now able to design structures that were previously unimaginable. Barry reflects on the future of architecture while explaining the beauty and geometry in nature, computer-generated design and the growing role of 3D print technology in construction.

Responsible for the design of over forty internationally acclaimed high-rise buildings. Barry’s passion for design and the future of architecture has allowed him to combine his inventive, expressive style with commercial viability and constructional efficiency.

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