The Easton + Combs Prehistory Museum, Gyeonggi-do Jeongok, South Korea, is a good illustration of Lynn’s animate form. Easton + Combs simultaneously respond to the internal and external forces acting on the design and organization of the Prehistory Museum. The hexagonal nodes are result of the context, the archaeological site, and programmatic connections. The program is distributed in a series of exterior and interior nodes that each have a field of influence/attraction/force that actively relate to each other. The resulting form not only organizes program and conditions but also acts as a structural space frame.