Thanks to the great discoveries of the nasa antworks, the enigmatic tunneling behavior of ants has never been so clearly expressed and demonstrated. In order to study the continuous spatial generation and characteristics of ants, we conducted an experiment based on observations to model ant behavior-driven behavior. We usually consider space rather than behavior, if not based on the specification itself, and we use the user's behavior as a criterion. Whether the space and the behavior itself are causal or interleaved. This relationship would extend the boundaries of the house more profoundly, but today only very few online rounds of gambling are found, and the definition of this relationship remains vague.
In this experiment, however, this relationship is more clearly and precisely defined, with the ants' tunnel space being equal to their behavior. When it comes to architecture, what can we learn from these ants? At least it is clear that ant spaces are the result of the interaction between the tunneling effect of ants and space generation. The tunnels create space, and the second space somehow affects the ants' tunnels. In other words, ants use space and create space at the same time, however, people live in spaces that are designed to be immutable and therefore lose the interactive character.