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mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis),
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]

morphosis

/mor·pho·sis/ (mor-fo´sis) the process of formation of a part or organ.morphot´ic

morphosis

(môr-fō′sĭs)
n. pl. morpho·ses (-sēz)
The manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development.

mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis)
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]
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Just last month at the BE Awards of Excellence ceremony in Baltimore, Morphosis received a 2005 BE Award in the "BIM for Architecture, Public Building" category.
The pre-schematic design, created over a period of six months by Morphosis, with associate architects Gruzen Samton in New York, is on view at The Cooper Union's Arthur A.
The Morphosis design is precisely what we were looking to achieve in terms of the athlete experience," said Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding Daniel L.
Internationally, I like the works of Ben van Berkel, Rem Koolhaas, Delugan Meissl, Morphosis and Diller Scofidio.
Swiss entrepreneur Remo Stoffel along with US-based architect Morphosis, has unveiled the design for what will become the world's tallest hotel.
Remo Stoffel, Swiss entrepreneur and chairman of Dubai-based Farnek, and US-based architect Morphosis have showcased the design of what will become the world's tallest hotel .
Dubai -- Swiss entrepreneur Remo Stoffel and US-based architect Morphosis have unveiled the design for what will become the world's tallest hotel.
In Lilja's upcoming solo album Morphosis, the master of the electric cello utilizes a wide spectrum of analog and digital effects to build strong identities for the sounds originating from the cello.
With a portfolio that includes public buildings such as 41 Cooper Square in New York, the San Francisco Federal Building, and Giant Interactive's campus in Shanghai, Morphosis has continually envisioned institutional structures that stand out in their rich contexts by pushing the boundaries of rectilinearity.
Designed by 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Thorn Mayne and his California firm, Morphosis Architects, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science features a precast concrete facade that reflects the geology and stratification of the earth's surface.