Hyperbolic Parabolid inspired chair, by Berin Nelson
Anatomy of how walking spider vehicles can be built.
Biotensegrity is a new(ish) approach to understanding how bodies work based on the insight that we are primarily tensegrity structures and our bones do not directly pass load to each other.
Pop up architecture - deployable structures architecture
Tensegrity Pelvis model exclusively available from Anatomy Trains. Demonstrates the unique motions of the pelvis, sacrum, and hips in walking.
Lamp I made from paper tubes while studying in Sydney, Australia. The technique is based on the Tensegrity tower by Kenneth Snelson, in which the tubes do not touch each other because of pull forces.
by Bob Spikman