Stone Fields by Giuseppe Randazzo
A simplistic approach inspired by Richard Long where archaic stone patterns fills empty landscapes gave way to Stone Fields. Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo designed this project from Novastructura in a search for 3-D objects to create a flawless packing algorithm over a surface, but it resulted in something quite distinct. A trial and error hierarchical algorithm is formed when the virtual stones find the right position within the circle. This ‘poor and lazy version’ pushes the size and density of the stones from the mix of attractors and scalar fields creating a tranquil piece of art.