Cymatica is an architectural thesis investigation into the synthesis of space and form generated from waves.
The term cymatics was coined by the Swiss scientist, Hans Jenny. It is derived from the Greek kyma (κύμα) meaning "wave," and ta kymatika (τα κυματικά) meaning "matters pertaining to waves."
Cymatics was explored by Jenny in his 1967 book, Kymatik (translated Cymatics). -Wiki
This site will document the progression of the thesis semester of Benlloyd Goldstein as a Candidate for Master of Architecture, mArch II, at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.