algorithmic modeling for Rhino
I've created a running Grasshopper Definition that i feel can be useful to people using the plug-in and Rhino in general for professional work in retail environments, furniture / carpentry and general fabrication.
I will add updated versions as I build more tools in my practice and organize the file as feedback comes in. Feel free to reach out if you have an issue using them or need further explanation.
There are three main functions in the toolkit for now:
1. Turn any brep box into a series of butt jointed sheets
2. Turn any brep box into a series of mitered sheets
3. Turn any flat surface into an adjustable fabricated wall flat with front facing sheets and studs (warning, only works in one direction, parallel to x axis)
This is a work in progress. Open to any and all feedback:Continue
Posted on November 13, 2017 at 10:30am — 8 Comments
Ehsaan Mesghali is a creative director trained in architecture both in undergraduate (California Polytechnic University Pomona) and graduate studies (Columbia GSAPP), but has been professionally involved with branding and illustration for the past decade. I've held senior design positions at various firms in the Los Angeles area, but now work primarily at my agency Mesghali Studio, and a design educator at various design institutions in southern california.
My roles in the past have involved architectural and visual design solutions for internationally-recognized brands such as Adidas, Apple, Nike, Target and Dior, where i have used Rhino and Grasshopper extensively. I've managed the design and execution of brand environments, where clients engage and interact with their consumers in the real world. This includes retail interiors, trade-show booths, in-store displays, pop-up shops, installations and many other spatially-focused projects that blend the boundary between visual and architectural design.