AlgoRythm structures are single, continuous metal sheets which are shaped by computer-driven equipment according to algorithmically generated geometries. This approach permits the structures to be modelled and easily fabricated translating into a reasonable cost. The material flows under its own weight and other forces according to morphologic laws that pertain more to fluid motion than to static objects. The undulating look of these structures results from the behaviour of sheet metal under force. The forms are non-deformational, thereby maintaining the integrity of the metal.