The Milgo Design Store presents items of utility, generated from deep algorithmic processes, by the world’s leading computational designers.

Over the past few years, new computational approaches to design have emerged that are based on genomic and coding methods that allow form to self-generate, and that are bringing us new designs.

The Milgo Design Store is a center to make these designs available to the public, beginning with items by Haresh Lalvani, but soon expanding to the work of others.

Haresh Lalvani’s work is based on Morphic Coding, a powerful and flexible form of coding using advanced higher dimensional mathematics with profound implications for a wide range of fields. The items currently in the Milgo Design Store are just the beginning… Please check back often as more items by Lalvani and other designers will be available soon.

Lalvani is also responsible for the AlgoRhythms line of architectural products, which can be seen at http://milgobufkin.com/algorhythms/index.html


Haresh Lalvani, PhD, Architect-Morphologist, is a professor at Pratt Institute for the past thirty years where he has influenced generations of designers and architects.

Lalvani holds a PhD in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He is known worldwide for his morphological structural innovations. An award recipient from NYSTAR, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Institute for Architectural Education, Dr. Lalvani continues his groundbreaking work as an artist in residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York and as the co-director of the Center for Experimental Structures at the School of Architecture, Pratt Institute.

These items from his collection are available here…