Figure 1: Diagram illustrating the design and implementation process for creating site specific structures from locally grown materials capable of reacting to the climate and organisms in an ecology.
Figure 2: Diagram presenting the parallel process of transforming digital design parameters and physical material properties into extrudable biopolymer hydrogel 3D prints.

Figure 3: Diagram showing fabrication processes using layered vs. multi-material hydrogel 3D printing methods.
Figure 4: Diagram showing the general visual and structural changes of layered and multi-material biopolyme prints caused by drying, warping, tinting and stiffening over time.

Figure 5: Diagram comparing standard workflows that use inert synthetic materials that prioritize consistency with environmentally aware workflows that use reactive organic materials that accommodate inconsistency.
Figure 6: Content map comparing characteristics associated with the perception of perfect vs. imperfect materials.