The versatile structures take cues from the forms of bubbles and coral, and are developed by the Singapore company using parametric design software. The intention is to blur the line between structure and art.
Each Hyperpolyps sculpture is made entirely from metal and available in a variety of shapes and sizes. However, to ensure they retain an organic aesthetic, they are all finished with scalloped edges and a carefully selected line of colours.
"Hyperpolyps is a variable installation that grows according to function, colour and scale," said AntiCAD.
"The user has the freedom to select colours to blend with their context or create patterns from contrasting colours," it continued. "It seeks to combine both structure and art in its form and fabrication."