“You never change things by fighting the Existing Reality. To change something, build A New Model that makes the existing model obsolete”. (R.B. Fuller)

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The mathematical interaction between force and function led to the formation of the Sergio Musmeci Viaduct. The Basento Viaduct, a bridge built in 1969 in Potenza (Italy), is a continuous surface minimized in its area while maximizing its structural function. Sergio Musmeci managed to create a magnificent concrete surface whose aesthetics directly derived from its efficiency. Arturo Tedeschi shows how this can be accomplished with the Kangaroo physics engine.

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