If we consider that the formation of a form in architecture is the same as the development of a form in Nature, then the ideas of its creation and its formation concern something more than a simple demonstration of the form. In Nature the final morphology is directly connected to the effects of the powers that act on it. Multiple criteria interact simultaneously and continuously for the genesis and evolution of its forms. Through this dynamic feedback relationship with a particular hosting environment, the forms of the nature posses a high level of smooth completion and accuracy. In this research project the architectural design is connected to concepts which belong in the field of Nature and reflect the internal logic of its morphological processes. These concepts relate to the self-organization but also relate to the complexity and heterogeneity. Through the study of these concepts a new trend of the architects that tend to free themselves from the design of purely representational forms is examined. This happens through the use of computational operative methods for the creation of the form, where the architectural object is not considered as fixed but as a complex and unstable object which is part of the environment of a dynamic system. Through the adoption of these concepts that characterize the planning strategies of Nature, the possibilities of the production of new potential and more effective forms are explored.