For a number of years, German architect Chris Bosse has based his work on the computerised study of organic structures and resulting spatial conceptions. His research lies in the exploration of unusual structures pushing the boundaries of the traditional understanding of structure and architecture by means of digital and experimental formfinding.
Chris Bosse's Masters’ degree dealt with the implementation of virtual worlds into architecture. He was an associate at PTW architects in Sydney, where he was a key member of the design team developing the Watercube in Beijing among several other international projects. Chris guest-lectures at various universities internationally.