T1 Watercube -Digital Logics-Critical Analyze T1 Thompson D. On growth and form-Readings Both text related to the search forms in nature with subsequent implementation them into architecture.But because in the architecture we possess a much smaller set of tools than is in the arsenal of nature, a simple copying of the original natural forms is excluded and therefore we are obliged to comprehend the laws themselves of formation of these shapes and translate them into common concepts of modern mathematics and geometry, It is difficult, but very exciting way . D’arcy Thompson was an outstanding Scottish biologist and mathematician and pioneer in the theory of transformation. In his writings, He is based on such theories as the topology of Henri PoincarĂ©, the coordinate system theory of Descartes and Aristotle’s theory of species. There are two ways of studying forms – descriptive and analytical, descriptive is good for the first step, but it is not versatile, what cannot be said about the analytical, which is seemed inflexible enough for everyday use at first glance , but its rigidity combines with infinite freedom.After all, the laws of geometry and mathematics are valid anywhere in the world, so the exact definition of geometric figures relate to all figures of this type, but how diverse they may be!Analytical approach provides the perfect universal descriptive system that can predict a lot of changes in transformation of a particular type. We find homologies and similarities that were not obvious to us earlier, for example, we learn that no matter how we keep the chain and threw the stone, the resulting loop circuit or path of the stone always mathematically homologous.Moreover, this method helps to understand not only the static form, but a dynamic process, as well as forces that create this process. The understanding of the magnitude and direction of forces is fundamental in the study of the transformation of related forms. Although a mathematical approach is still not perfect and still are many mathematical processes hidden from us, humanity has reached enormous advances in understanding the mathematical nature of the world. Sir D’arcy Thompson had based on Descartes’ coordinate system in his study of the transformation of species. The method consists in the fact that using the normal orthogonal or radial grid you can see an incredible variety of modifications occurring in nature.Thus, when applying a simple two-dimensional contour of fish or plant leaves, or skull, or bones on the grid, and the subsequent transformation of the grid using the offset coordinate rotation axes and other manipulations literally before our eyes miracle of evolution happens for which Nature spent more than one million years. So after the compression or stretching or turning the mesh the contour of the object deforms as well and relatively distant in appearance bones of bull and giraffe acquire the obvious connection. D’arcy Thompson’s method is also notable for the fact that he treats the subject in the unity of its properties and characteristics, while zoologists and botanists first try to divide and consider all alone, so to speak fin separately and fish individually, this approach leads to a complication system and ultimately to its fully non-obviousness. As for my personal views on this research question, I would be interested to continue this research, but to use a three-dimensional model for the transformation, as well as to find common ground with the theory of Poincare’s undivided authority and transformation of all things in the world. It seems to me that this issue has deep philosophical roots and comprehend the theory of transformation, we begin to understand better the nature of this world, how, why and what for we and all in this world have been created.