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ParametricModel - a library of parts. Curves. Generative. Performative. Structural Form Finding. Points. Data & Paths. Surfaces. Grid sehlls. Patterning. Fabrication. Algorithmic Modelling with Grasshopper (2009) Generative Algorithms: Porous Shell by Zubin M Khabazi (2011) Introduction by Zubin Khabazi The idea behind the ‘Generative Algorithms, Concepts and Experiments’ is to explore design and algorithmic solutions through experiments rather than pure geometrical/algorithmic subjects.

Generative Algorithms: Porous Shell by Zubin M Khabazi (2011)

Using current design problems or ongoing researches, here the development of such subjects pursued with a parametric approach in Grasshopper/Rhino Environment. This book is a part of a research that was accomplished as a master thesis in Architectural Association, Emergent Technologies and Design course under supervision of Michael Hensel, Mike Weinstock and Achim Menges. In this research, full study of a natural system combined with algorithmic solutions in form-finding techniques to develop an algorithmic design tool.

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Parametric modeling - 3d modeling, video tutorials, rhino grasshopper - parametric-modeling.net. DesignReform. Grasshopper tutorials. LIVE COMPONENTS. Grasshopper – @improved. Hong Kong Parametric Design Association.

Downloads « toolbox trier. Downloads Here you can find a couple of exercises related to our most beloved rhino for download. grasshopper 1. highrise-DJ Our simple but playful interpretation of a field of cross shaped towers on a rigid grid shows some differentiation… and associativity with one point. You can move the point by using grasshoppers remote control view and then see the highrises reacting in real time. exercise here 2. population This is about the population of a surface with simple spheres – whereby the size (radius) of each sphere will be defined by the z-value of its centre-point.

Exercise here 3. street An exercise on law-curves that control the shape of a row of boxes. Exercise here 4.twist This exercise plays with one of the current formal fashions – “the twist”. Exercise here 5.brick-wall This exercise is inspired by the work of Gramazio+Kohler, Zuerich. This is currently under construction! - Nutzung des Lasercutters im Lehrgebiet Digitales Entwerfen und Konstruieren, Raum D105. Gefällt mir: Texas A&M University ARCH 689. Massive Grasshopper Attack! Designcoding.

BFXlog. Grasshopper code. ModeLab. Experiments. LaN / LIVE ARCHITECTURE NETWORK. Architecture. In this tutorial you will learn how can you create shell-like surfaces made of planar hexagons using Kangaroo´s Planrization Forces.

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CHROMAtex.me is an installationby SOFTlab for the bridgegallery ,the project was funded by offering a small ownership of the installation in exchange for a small donation. Continuing with the experimentation and research of the honeycomb morphologies and as a example for a Workshop I gave recently I . . . A Grasshopper definition that creates a boxes over surfaces for populating components in a diagrid patern. Experiment I made sending data from a photoresistor to Grasshopper to create a Responsive Structure that reacts to the degree of light of a physical space in real time. Some new updates on the Pneumatic Panels Project , Toni Österlund an architecture student at University of Oulu (Finland) ,made a revision to my code . . .

Designplaygrounds Downloads - Folder Shared from Box.net - Free Online File Storage. Tools. DEFINITIONS « Explode_BReps @ UVa. Salon202. ParaMod.net. The Proving Ground by Nathan Miller. MADEinCALIFORNIA ///Co.De. **SOFTlab. We are working on an installation called CHROMAtex that is set to open at the Bridge Gallery on August 26th.

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The piece is comprised of over 4400 separate colorful panels. It is being made possible by all of our kind and generous friends who have donated to our Kickstarter page… Follow along, watch for updates and donate if you feel like it! There are still plenty of spaces for names and messages. So far the list of communal GH thanks extends to the following (the definition’s not quite done yet… there may be more people to thank in the end): Chris Chalmers of BIOS : Unrolling Surfaces in Grasshopper @ [ u t o ] : Mesh Analysis and Utility Component Giulio Piacentino : Grasshopper tools in C# : txtLines Damien Alomar : JPEG file output consultation Here is the Grasshopper definition that we have been tangled in the past few weeks.

Too busy right now with production to explain everything step by step so I will just outline the basic steps that we (Troy and I) took to tackle the monster. Tobesch.wordpress.com.