The Aggregations exhibition at The Johnson Trading Gallery presents our interest in a “mineral” architecture. At the smallest scale of matter, assembly is controlled by crystals — the structure of molecular lattices in solids. The energy storage potential in crystals (periodic, aperiodic, and chaotic) is vast and differentiated. The productive symmetries of modularity and subsequent crystallographic structures are a vital organizing force for architecture at large. The following exhibition shows this approach applied to objects, furniture and buildings.