Gordon Moss was educated as an architect, trained as a carpenter, and has an energetic fascination with biology. In the past eight years, this confluence of interests has thrown more than a handful of wild situations his way, each strengthening and further enmeshing them.
Gordon fills his days with the fun and productive. His three main areas of focus, which commonly dance together, are as follows:
- Architecture: To design and construct functional spaces that excite the heart and the mind while maintaining a respect for context and environment.
- Craftsmanship: To manifest the process of choosing a project and connecting appropriate materials in fresh ways.
- Mad science: To nurture a new branch of design-science called bioid mechanogenetics (how to make machines that resemble life), which translates biological systems across many scales into ways that people can implement and understand them with simple means.
See more of Gordon’s work here.