no, Organelle is a linux based running pure data, a very different animal from Axoloti.
(I actually like both, for very different reasons)
the history of grids for the organelle is:
a guy created a Max/MSP external based on the MI code, and then another guy ported that external to pure data, which then was built on ARM and so the Organelle.
this is the great thing about open source, anyone can do it, assuming they have the time and skills. there is nothing stopping anyone here doing the same thing for Axoloti....
(they could use either that external or the original MI source code as a starting point)
if you dont have the C++ skills to do this,
then you could always try to patch something similar, there are quite a lot of sequencing options already available in the community library, and you can create your own too.