Techniques of deposition usually rely on an external support apparatus; they are infinitely moldable, yet unable to hold a form on their own. Robotic thermo-deposition, conversely, serves as its own apparatus. It makes the transition from infinitely moldable to fully structural in an instant. Aggregations of stretched deposits create the apparatus, while continuous deposition utilizes this formwork to create space, while solidifying the entire system. The system is adaptive, after each cycle of deposition a robotically controlled lens captures and analyzes the recently deposited aggregation, and determines the most appropriate locations to serves as the datum points for the next aggregation. Through the recursive relationship between the depositing robot and the analysis robot, an evolutionary process is set into motion. Simple rules associated with the tasks of each robot allow for maximum differentiation within the system, derived from the specific properties of the plastic in each discrete moment of deposition. As the system aggregates continuously shifting gradients of space occur resulting in a vertical territory.