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The following is a graphic I made for the PROOF studio going step by step through a basic script that generates a series of panels on a building facade. This example highlights many of the basic structures of the EKL language, including loops, conditional statements, and the creation of geometry both through Datum geometry and custom objects (UDFs). This example was specific to a workshop led by myself and Jesse Blankenship at Columbia, but should be useful to anyone exploring the use of scripting in CATIA.
code jtol is a max library for nested tree data structures , complex discrete pattern generation that can be applied to architectural design, music, dance; everything requiring constructed evolution in space and time.
Project type : Visual Art Installation
we have completed the development application for a canopy sited on a constrained apartment terrace in sydney’s cbd. the terrace is located on the second floor of a residential tower and receives the brunt of debris that falls from the neighbour’s balconies above. this makes the terrace is quite unsafe for the client and their three young children to use. our aim is to build a canopy that can funnel this rubbish into safe containers and still create a great space for entertaining and play for the kids.
Recently I have been experimenting with generating 3D voronoi structures from points arrayed along curves.
February 17, 2010 by Ned Dodington in Posts , The Wilding
unlimited designing for the Asia Pacific website Kinetic sculpture in the park - Interactive installation Experimental designers Keehyun Ahn and Minsoo Lee of AnL Studio are busily creating a giant kinetic sculpture for Brisbane’s South Bank Parklands – the festival hub for Unlimited.
Posted by jordant511 on March 17, 2011 Converting a mesh to a single nurbs can be very helpful when trying to populate geometries across a single surface or to make manipulating that object much easier since Rhino is not well-known for its Mesh editing capabilities. A stand-alone program used to do this is produced by RhinoResurf and can be downloaded here .
Many ways to Flow a Mesh – Some post-class review notes:
we’re currently working on a sustainable hub pavilion that will be touring the major cities of australia to educate city dwellers on how to live their urban existence in a more sustainable manner. the brief is to develop a 12 metre wide deployable structure that must be: durable; self-supporting; waterproof; (dis)assembled within three hours; 70% recyclable material; lightweight; adaptive and inexpensive… lots of boxes to tick. looking through a number of precedents on deployables, the minimal surfaces, yurts, tensegrity structures and geodesics were a recurring theme that we desperately wanted to avoid. alternatively, we were interested in hybrid structures that had no restrospective connotations, therefore we looked at structural principles and respective rulesets to develop an adaptive parametric model within grasshopper.
URBANEERING BROOKLYN 2110 City of the Future Credits: Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova, Melanie Fessel, Dan O’Connor, Celina Yee, Alpna Gupta, Sishir Varghese, Aaron Lim, Greg Mulholland, Derek Ziemer, Thilani Rajarathna, John Nelson, Natalie DeLuca
Easton + Combs are currently getting ready for their CHANGING ROOM exhibition at the Extension gallery for architecture in Chicago and have set up a kickstarter project to help assist w/ the photography documentation and archiving. With each contribution you will receive some form of limited edition prints. After seeing some of the prototype pieces we are sure that this is going to be an amazing show and if you are in the Chicago area it is a must see.
Optimized Path Systems