Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Kasper Vibild
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  • Denmark
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At 10:20am on April 12, 2010, Mila Ilieva said…
Never heard of it, but I believe this. My school is barely 100 years old, but everything here in US is relatively new in comparison with the Old continent. I am curious to visit the Scandinavian countries. I haven't been in Northern Europe at all, just In the north part of Germany.
At 10:19am on April 12, 2010, Mila Ilieva said…
I am learning Rhino 4.0, I know how to use SketchUp Pro, and just got to put my hands on grasshopper. I am exited about it - it is a very powerful tool :)
Happy Monday!
At 2:19pm on April 9, 2010, Mila Ilieva said…
Cool! I have another full three years to go, and yes my school is considered the best in the area of Northern California - San Francisco. It is also the only professional degree acredited by the AIA. It is really hard, lots of sleepless nights... I am sure you know the drill. We are working on a project on a steep 1:16 site - you can check it out.. It is called Sutro Baths Ruins and it is on the end land zone in San Francisco. We are building a 14,000 sqft proposal for the Golden Gate Parks Concervancy. :)
At 1:42pm on April 9, 2010, Mila Ilieva said…
Hi! I am Mila, and I am a second year architecture student in the California College of the Arts. How are you?
 
 
 

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