algorithmic modeling for Rhino



WORM ("Wizard for Organizing Reticular MEP nets") is a set of tools, user objects and workflows, for designing, calculating and dimensioning building services, currently developed by the Innovative Education Research Group in Urban Building Services at the Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM), Spain.

The aim of the Research is to generate a digital support for sketching urban and architecture net systems and its interrelationships between them for academic researches.

IE Group Members:

-Sergio del Castillo Tello (Doctor No, Lead Programmer)

-Pablo Gómez Rodríguez (Programmer)

-Prof. Miguel Angel Gálvez

(Architect ETSAM, Building Services Department)

-Manuel Rodríguez Pérez 

(Architect ETSAM, Building Services Department)

-Prof. Jose Tovar Larrucea

(Architect ETSAM, Building Services Department, Professor Ad Honorem)

The development of this tools, which are in its very early stage, is planned to take part within the Innovative Group Education research program; We expect to share the results with the community through this group as we achieve them, in case that some of you are interested, or if just want to get involved somehow. Cheers!


Website: http://NaNetwork.Net
Location: Madrid, Spain
Members: 61
Latest Activity: Sep 20, 2023

Worm WIP Overview

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Comment by aandrejevic on May 11, 2019 at 9:17am

Hi Doctor No,

Is there any possibility to download this plugin? 



Comment by Daniel Domenech Muñoz on February 17, 2016 at 5:06am

Hello Doctor No, 

this tool seems to be very powerful! 

Would it be available in the future? I want to test it in my PFC! :)

Regards from Granada


Comment by Doctor No on June 4, 2015 at 1:22pm

Sure Kristoffer!, let´s get in touch. We are very busy at this moment but we keep on developing the project; email me at and there we can talk about teaming up

Comment by Kristoffer Negendahl on June 4, 2015 at 2:44am

Hey Pablo and Dr. No

Nice to see the development is rolling. 

Is there any chance for other researchers to jump on board the Worm project?

I have been waiting with great interest since the good Doctor first posted back in 2013. I few months ago I made an Air handling script for a duct dimension project (for optimization purposes). The development has since been put on hold, and is very alpha. But It would be interesting to get things working and out there.

If you are interested to join forces, please let me know.


BR. Kristoffer (Technical University of Denmark)

Comment by Pablogomez on May 13, 2015 at 11:06am


Comment by JEMEV on February 18, 2014 at 5:53pm

... Let´s make it work for real.

get contact W

Comment by JEMEV on February 18, 2014 at 5:45pm

oH! MY....

This is just the way it all must...

Got pair of questions...

May I use it on a real work?

Would  you help me trying it on the building?


Comment by John Egan on December 3, 2013 at 6:34am


These tools look very useful. Well done!

Are they going to be made available for download or is this for in house use only?


Comment by Doctor No on October 2, 2013 at 11:40am

Sure Jon!! It would be nice. As soon as we have progressed enough in sketching most of the main building service topologies we can start sharing solutions for that, but academic processes are really slow and there is a lot of work to accomplish...glup. But anyway, you can count on me! If you have any idea (I know your plugin and your brilliant efforts to export to revit) you can contact me at Thank you very much and kind regards

Comment by Jon Mirtschin on September 30, 2013 at 11:10am

Looks pretty impressive.  Do you have any means to export the models out to BIM software?  Would be interesting to build in IFC to this tool (or engage this and my plugin together).


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