algorithmic modeling for Rhino
SkinDesigner is a Grasshopper plugin that enables the rapid generation of facade geometries from building massing surfaces and repeating, user-defined panels.
1-Make sure you have Rhino 5 and Grasshopper installed, or Rhino 6.
2-Install GHPython from here (Rhino 5 only).
3-Select and drag all the userObjects (downloaded here) onto your Grasshopper canvas.
4-Restart Rhino Grasshopper.
You should also feel free to post any questions, feature requests, or bug reports to the SkinDesigner Grasshopper Group as discussions. Finally, SkinDesigner is an open source project and all of the project’s source code is visible on SkinDesigner’s Github site as well as within the Grasshopper components (by double-clicking on them).
Hi All,I have just started using Skin Designer for Rhino v6, working in meters. I am also quite new to Rhino/GH generally, so there may be a simple solution to my query...When I am building up a…Continue
Started by DaveRobinson001. Last reply by Santiago Garay Feb 17.
Hi Santiago,Quiz time!I'm trying to subdivide a (sort of asymmetrical) geometry with SkinDesigner.Is this not working becausea) A few of my surfaces are on top of each otherb) I still don't…Continue
Started by Magnus Larsson. Last reply by Santiago Garay Nov 20, 2019.
Hello everyone,I'm trying to design a shading system made by custom shaped panels with different sizes/shapes depending on the solar radiation. (something like the attached example)Following the…Continue
Started by Marco caso. Last reply by Santiago Garay Oct 30, 2019.
Hi there,Is there anyway to change the color of _p_Clad per panel option in SkinDesigner? E.g. a different color for 2 different sized solid panels. There are "layerName" options for the Shading…Continue
Started by Karno Widjaja. Last reply by Karno Widjaja Jun 20, 2019.