Designers at Fractal Design are using the latest in computer-aided design to create a new retail store that looks more like a fractal than a traditional store.
The new design, which was created in collaboration with the University of Toronto’s design and technology department, uses fractal elements to create intricate patterns.
The design also includes an exterior that mimics the shapes of the surrounding landscape.
“Fractal and Fractal” is a brand that has been around since 2005 and is now in the midst of a $2.8-million renovation.
The brand’s website says its products include “an array of high-quality materials that blend seamlessly into the natural environment.”
A Fractal designer said he wanted to create something that looked like an urban park, which is how they created a series of large, spiraling buildings in the new store.
“I’ve never really been interested in anything that has a big design element, so it kind of caught me off guard,” he said.
“I was just like, ‘Wow, I want to do something that has something to do with a cityscape, like the cityscape of Toronto, but it’s really a fractals kind of design.
It’s just something that looks like it’s got an element that’s a fractally patterned fabric underneath it.”
Fractal is a digital art company that specializes in using computer-based drawing to create interactive, interactive experiences.
The company was founded in 2008 by former Toronto City councillor and city councillor-elect Paul Golding and recently moved to Canada from Australia.
The site now has more than 30 employees and employs about 300 people.
Fractal’s products are now being sold at a number of retail locations including Toronto’s Eaton Centre, a major department store in downtown Toronto.
It has been in operation since 2014.