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RhinoPython - Python for beginners 01 Cookbook SEED » arquitectura paramétrica Posted: April 23rd, 2012 | Author: BioFafitos | Filed under: Arquitectónicos, Estructuras, Grasshopper, Investigación, Investigación & Docencia, Modulación para pieles, Muros divisorios, Objetos, OR/gan, Pieles Contextuales, Pieles Responsivas, Resultado de Workshops, Rhinoceros, Software & POO, Visualización de datos | Tags: algoritmos generativos, arquitectura avanzada, arquitectura paramétrica, bioconstruccion, clases grasshopper, cursos grasshopper, cursos grasshopper mexico, diseño generativo, diseño paramétrico, generative design, Grasshopper, grasshopper mexico, KRFR, Rhinoceros, seed, Workshop Grasshopper | No Comments » Grasshopper Scripting. Generative Design + Digital Fabrication. Co-LAB Generative Object Workshop. Co-LAB GENERATIVE OBJECT: Architecture, Engineering & Design. Introduction to Digital Fabrication. | Generative Design. Grasshopper Scripting applied to Generative “POO”. Points Grids. More Info @

Rhino Python Tutorials – Plethora Project is an initiative to accelerate computational literacy in the frame of architecture and design. It aligns with the "show me your screens" motto of the TopLap live-coding group attempting to get rid of Obscurantism in digital design. Directed by Jose Sanchez Contact me at : Bio: Jose Sanchez is an Architect / Programmer / Game Designer based in Los Angeles, California. CÓMO CONSTRUIR ARQUITECTURA PARAMÉTRICA | BIM Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) es un estudio de arquitectura sito en Londres que trabaja a nivel internacional, con proyectos en fase de desarrollo y construcción por todo el mundo. Geometría y tecnología.- una preocupación fundamental de ZHA ha sido la exploración de geometrías complejas, su representación y su materialización en formas físicas a través de proyectos construidos. El lenguaje de diseño se ha centrado en ideas de proyecto de formas arquitectónicas y urbanas dinámicas. Extracto del artículo ‘Cómo construir arquitectura paramétrica’, Cristiano Ceccato, págs.. 620-642, Detail 6, 2010, Ed.

BeginnersGuide/Programmers This is a Wiki page. Users with edit rights can edit it. You are, therefore, free to (in fact, encouraged to) add details of material that other Python users will find useful. It is not an advertising page and is here to serve the whole Python community. A beginner-friendly Python tutorial that starts with the absolute basics but also covers more advanced stuff like Python software deployment. Arquitectura Parametrica 12 | CODA Academic Ortega, L., La digitalización toma el mando Hensel, M., Emergent technologies and design. Towards a biologial paradigm for architecture Hensel, M., Menges, A., Hight, C., Space Reader: heterogenous space in architecture De Landa, M., A Thousand years of non-linear history Huerta, S., El cálculo de February 6, 2011/No comments

COSY PARAMETRICS Algomad 2012 24° Studio | architecture, interior, furniture, and product design | Hope Tree Night View Hope Tree Detail View Concept Diagram Lighting Schematic Axon Diagram Front Elevation Side Elevation Tree Trunk Side Elevation Ceiling Detail About Boira / Coombes: Founded in 2005 by Zoe Coombes and David Boira, Cmmnwlth is a furniture, art and design studio based in New York City. Harnessing a new fluidity enabled by machine languages, Cmmnwlth's interests are as material and emotional as they are technical. The studio has been commissioned by culture-driven clients such as Issey Miyake, Warp Records, and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and currently produces designs for the new American furniture label- 'MatterMade'. Working within the worlds of contemporary art and industrial furniture design, Cmmnwlth aims to produce work that embodies a sense of elegant desire through an engagement with both the newest of tools and the oldest of techniques. Contact us: hola[at] tel: 917.747.1085 Internship inquiries follow link facebook F.David Boira: David's visual sensibility is influenced by that of his father, the Catalan painter, Francisco Boira. Select Exhibitions: - New American MatterMade Collection no. 2. - Gallery311.

Quotidien About | ARCH794 Parametric Thinking & Non-Linear Design This course focuses on the research of parametric thinking and procedural modeling techniques associated with digital fabrication and form-finding within 2D & 3D design. The outcome of this new procedure surpasses traditional views of an optimized single solution that travels down a linear pipeline – architect, engineer, contractor and fabricator – to seek approval from various design professionals before fabrication begins. Instead, this approach offers an interactive information model which contains parameters that perform actions based on the specialization of various design professionals. Within a parametric field, the information model instantly acknowledges any errors in the design or fabrication process. Objective Outcome Student will learn the design logic and generative processes, as well as the potential of parametric thinking as a resourceful tool for achieving diversity and complexity in form generation and fabrication. Tools: Grasshopper for Rhino, Autodesk Maya

Grasshopper + 3D Printing Tests During the Fall/Winter Semester of 2010 I was lucky enough to take part in a class studying a variety of Rapid Prototyping Technologies. This page is dedicated to my experiments using “Rhino”, “Grasshopper”, and 3D printers. Software Used: Before getting into the nitty gritty of how I made the above model I think it may be best to give a quick breakdown of the software tools utilized. 1) Rhino 3D Rhinoceros (Rhino) is a stand-alone, commercial NURBS -based 3-D modeling tool, developed by Robert McNeel & Associates. 2) Grasshopper For designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper® is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Research: When first approaching this project I was intrigued by the concept of generating 3D models using an algorithmic process. Further digging led me to a variety of different grasshopper examples, but I was particularly drawn to a tutorial on how to make a 2D Truss. The Process: Success! Printing: