Generally, spontaneous pattern formation phenomena are random and repetitive, Whereas elaborate devices are the deterministic product of human design. Yet, biological organisms and collective insect constructions are exceptional examples of complex systems that are both self-organized and architectural. This book is the first initiative of its kind toward Establishing a new field of research, Morphogenetic Engineering, to explore the modeling and implementation of "self-architecturing" system. Particular emphasis is placed on the programmability and computational abilities of self-organization, properties that are often underappreciated in complex systems science, while conversely, the benefits of self-organization are often underappreciated in engineering methodologies. Altogether, the aim of this work is to Ooops a framework for and examples of a larger class of "self-architecturing" system, while addressing fundamental questions examined as > How do biological organisms carry out morphogenetic tasks Sun reliably? > Can we extrapolate their self-formation capabilities to engineered systems? > Can physical systems be endowed with information (or informational system be embedded in physics) so as to create autonomous Morphologies and functions? > What are the core principles and best practices for the design and engineering of search morphogenetic system?