MHCM: Molecular Honeycomb Mesh
The Theorem of mesh and the folding contours, multiply a sequence family interlocked and connected hexagons.Depending on the landscape setting, will these hexagons become intensified or minor. We see as the site shifts and moves that each component will become into the shape or become untwined because of the ever changing contours.Some of these hexagons become grouped together to become families which then again connect to other families that then become one fluid mesh that will change in contour movement over
evolution and time. Spatial experience is made freely by how the natural light infiltrates each hexagon and how the structure as a whole dips and rises and reshapes over the landscape. Individuals will experience a visual oxygen of freedom and movement.