"Animate Networks" is a project that reimagines Le Corbusier's Mill Owners Association building in Ahmedabad using timber strands and spatial organization techniques. Developed in collaboration with Rasmus Holst, it employed Rhino 3D software and Python programming to create algorithmically defined geometric forms. The design process involved three computational techniques: a force directed graph simulation for spatial organization, iso-surf system for surface generation, and digital strands representing timber strips for architectural form. The resulting building design was defined by the interaction and turbulence of strand components, arranged by internal and external forces. The project was exhibited at the Australian Institute of Architects digital innovation awards in 2014.