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Isotope is a generative architecture derived from the proportional system of the Stonborough House (1925, also known as Haus Wittgenstein) designed by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and the Austrian architect Paul Engelmann. The house is assembled from seven cubes, arranged in a carefully balanced proportionate system. All elements correspond to each other, and it is impossible to change this system without destroying the balance of volumes and voids. Starting from a textual representation of the model in the VRML language, the “isotopes” of the original…

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