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The Fractal Exploratorium is a show where host & structural technician D.J. Breul takes us through a new way of looking at architecture in the modern world. Through powerful conversation and baffling concepts, he challenges the limits of perception in the architectural world.

The Fractal Exploratorium is a show where host & structural technician D.J. Breul takes us through a new way of looking at architecture in the modern world. Through powerful conversation and baffling concepts, he challenges the limits of perception in the architectural world.
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United States

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The Fractal Exploratorium is a show where host & structural technician D.J. Breul takes us through a new way of looking at architecture in the modern world. Through powerful conversation and baffling concepts, he challenges the limits of perception in the architectural world.

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English


Episodes

A New Economic Paradigm - Ep3

5/7/2019
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In this episode of the host DJ Breul talks about the future of the worlds social economic system and the driving force behind the change, "Automation".

Duration:01:31:52

Modern Architecture Styles - Ep. 2

2/12/2019
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The Fractal Exploratorium is a show where host and structural technician DJ Breul takes us through a new way of looking at architecture in the modern world. Through powerful conversation and baffling concepts, he challenges the limits of perception in the architectural world. In episode two, D.J. discusses modern architectural styles and how fractal architecture is influenced by many different established styles. As well as how modern architecture is detached from the complex dynamic systems...

Duration:01:10:26

Introduction to Fractals - Ep. 1

12/10/2018
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The Fractal Exploratorium is a show where host and structural technician DJ Breul takes us through a new way of looking at architecture in the modern world. Through powerful conversation and baffling concepts, he challenges the limits of perception in the architectural world.

Duration:01:00:43