Michael James Roger is an architect, artist and computational researcher based in the USA. His practice explores biological models of organization and growth through the creation of emergent component-based design systems at many scales. Michael James Rogers recently served as a research professor at the University at Buffalo and collaborates with designers around the world on several active art and architectural projects.
The work of Michael James Rogers has been shown at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Venice Biennale, London Festival of Architecture, Beijing Design Week, FRAC Paris, Albright-Knox Art Museum and the Burchfield Penney Art Center among other venues.
Michael's School Blog on Archinect:
Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, MArch, Design Research Laboratory
Formicis Series exhibited.
Tent-Cast developed for Minimaforms was exhibited as one of three pieces from Minimaforms.
Buffalo Center for the Arts, Other
Beijing Design Week, Other
Arctic Flowers and Formicis Series exhibited.
Burchfield Penny Art Center, Other
Arctic Flowers and Formicis Series exhibited. Cloud Performed.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Other
Venice Biennale, Other
Bloom published in Greek submission.
No Man's Land Exhibited.