generative modeling for Rhino
The last post we shared look at how we used Grasshopper to layout panels for the facade of the Cleveland Medical Mart. This post looks at the geometry and texture of those panels. The beauty of using Grasshopper was that we were able to explore lots of iterations, almost too many. The interesting thing this does is to initially focus the design discussions on…Continue
Added by lmnts on May 31, 2011 at 3:55pm — No Comments
This is the second post describing our design process for the Cleveland Medical Mart. Grasshopper was a critical tool in the development and documentation of this project and we're hoping to share a bit of what we learned along the way.
For more info follow the…Continue
Added by lmnts on May 24, 2011 at 3:44pm — No Comments
We're finally able to share some projected related work! This link is to the first in a series of post that will describe LMNts involvement in the design of the Cleveland Medical Mart.
In February of…Continue
Added by lmnts on May 11, 2011 at 4:42pm — No Comments
Recently I've been playing with draping uniform grids onto surfaces using Kangaroo. I find it fascinating to see the way different grid types (hexagonal, triangular, rectangular) conform to various surfaces. I wanted to share this interest with non Grasshopper users in our office so I printed a couple flexible grids out and let people play with them.