algorithmic modeling for Rhino

sustainability-open workshops

Event Details

sustainability-open workshops

Time: September 27, 2013 to September 28, 2013
Location: Berlin, Germany
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Design Modelling Symposium
Latest Activity: Jul 28, 2013

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

I hope you don't mind a bit of shameless advertising for a workshop coming up soon at a conference many of you probably will be joining.

We are developing an open-source framework for designing, analysing and assessing sustainable performance of buildings and structures, called sustainability-open. 

Yes, open-source: that means everybody can use it as much as they want. We hope that this will give designers and engineers to make more sustainable buildings and structures in the future. And you can take a look at our code - to learn or improve it if you like! 

The framework is still in early stage and doesn't do a lot yet at the moment, so this is your chance to become an early-adopter.
(By the way, very soon new components will come out that will early let you do more.)

The framework is linked to Grasshopper and Rhino - as soon as we have a little bit more, we will add some links on this site too.

At the Design Modelling Symposium Berlin (September 28 - October 3)we will host a workshop over the weekend which will show you everything about the framework and its components, our future plans, etc. We will also teach you how to develop your own components. 
Not everything will be purely related to the framework as we will be doing a lot of .net development related to Rhino/Grasshopper and other parametric applications. 

If you would like to know more about the framework, take a look at: or follow us on Twitter: @sustainableopen

If you would like to sign up for the workshop in Berlin or would like to know more, go here:


Comment Wall


RSVP for sustainability-open workshops to add comments!

Join Grasshopper

Attending (1)

Might attend (1)





  • Add Photos
  • View All

© 2021   Created by Scott Davidson.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service