By: Natasha Harper, Katie Adee, James Baldauf
Aggregation Model 1:
this model takes a lattice connected with pivot connections and uses circles of varying circumfrences connected at their tangents. This deforms the original lattice and creates areas of more density and rigidity.
Beginning of Aggregation Model 2:
This takes a similar logic to the first model, but the lattice is less defined and can easily grow in the Z direction, and/or branch off in plan.