algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Philipp Dittus
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Celia: " Look up"
Dean: "What?"
Celia: "Look up"
Dean: (Looking Up) "Fine. So what."
Celia: "There's no roof."
Dean: " It's an atrium, Its supposed to bring in light."
Celia: "When it's raining Dean, and I'm in the bedroom and I want a cup of tea I have to put on rubber boots so my slippers don't get wet on my way to the kitchen. When the Santa Anna's come over the hill in the afternoon and our neighbours are all outside feeling the wind in their hair, do you know what I do? I open the dining room door, I open the living room door, I then open the bathroom praying that my husband isn't sitting there taking one of his monster shits. I do this so that the air-conditioning can fake the sensation of flowing oxygen into our stuffy, claustrophobic, open-air atrium. A room where plants come to die. This is the dumbest fucking room ever."

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At 3:10pm on June 24, 2009, Dr Behrang Eghbali said…
Muqarnas (Arabic: مقرنص) is a type of corbel used as a decorative device in traditional Islamic and Persian architecture. The term is similar to mocárabe, but mocárabe only refers to designs with formations resembling stalactites, by the use of elements known as alveole.[1][2]

Muqarnas takes the form of small pointed niches, stacked in tiers projecting beyond those below and can be constructed in brick, stone, stucco or wood. They are often applied to domes, pendentives, cornices, squinches and the undersides of arches and vaults.[1]

Muqarnas is the Arabic word for stalactite vault, an architectural ornament developed around the middle of the tenth century in north eastern Iran and almost simultaneously, but apparently independently, in central North Africa. It involves three-dimensional architectural decorations composed of niche-like elements arranged in tiers. The two-dimensional projection of muqarnas vaults consists of a small variety of simple geometrical elements.

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At 5:09am on June 9, 2009, irene schweizer said…
hi, ja ich bin heute da. und die anderen wissen auch bescheid. dann bis später...
At 4:29am on June 9, 2009, Dr Behrang Eghbali said…
adaptive skins?
At 9:11am on June 8, 2009, Marc Hoppermann said…
hey Philipp,
das Programm heisst InkScape. Kannste frei downloaden:

Klar, meld Dich wenn Du Hilfe brauchst. Aber das Forum hier scheint ja eh schneller mit den Antworten zu sein als ich ;o)
Also, man sieht sich zur Endpräsentation... Gruss an den Rest des Kurses...
At 11:09am on May 15, 2009, Marc Hoppermann said…
Stimmt, die Welt hier ist wohl noch kleiner als die da draussen ;o)
Man sieht sich naechstes Wochenende. Bist doch auch wieder bei unserem Workshop dabei, oder?





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