algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Dear Community, i have created a defintion and i want to share with everyone, it my first large contribution to this community and i am excited about it...
I named it the "Ultimate Pattern Generator"
Looking forward to what is comnig next after i shared it...
HERE IT IS, ...more to come
Continuing my introduction to geometries and mathematics in architecture, I have made a short list of 7 classical uses of mathematics in design.
These are not comprehensive or detailed, but I used these as an introduction to parametric design to Architectural students when I was teaching.
The Golden Section
Learning to use grasshopper generally requires a brief introduction and then its up to you to experiment and adapt example files that are shared.Continue
I have managed to make somehow the below pattern. But I am not satisfied with the Complexity of codes that I made.
Can you please suggest to me another simple or easier way to achieve the same pattern?
Thanks in Advance!
Added by Arni on May 27, 2021 at 2:55pm — No Comments
Script builds perspective, by using given shape in plane. For now, only simple variations of cubeContinue
Added by Ivan Grebennikov on April 30, 2021 at 8:44am — No Comments
Raw script of the parking lots generator, that I did for my studies. Hope you guys will improve it if you have time and passion for that. I did It by myself, but I was referencing to Noam Burg post:Continue
Carrying on from the post on Classical Geometries in architecture, this post collects some of the contemporary computational geometries in architecture:
Carrying on from the previous list of historical geometries in architecture, it’s time to look into contemporary geometry typologies.…Continue
In my ongoing attempt to collect some basic data for parametric architects to use, I wrote a short outline of basic geometries.
The type and use of geometry in architecture is a fundamental element of the variation between styles or language of architecture. The type of geometry is often conflated with meaning. One concept is that architectural style-isms like art swing between periods of “romanticism” and “realism”. With “romantic” being…Continue
Architecture is not a style of particular buildings, nor is it the drawing of building plans; it is a process of problem solving mixed with aesthetics that results in information (drawings) used for construction. For a home or…Continue
Added by Mr. Gudjon Thor Erlendsson on April 22, 2021 at 7:14am — No Comments
I wrote a short post on my thoughts on what Parametric Design is within Architecture. With so many designers calling their blob or crumbled form "parametric" with no use of parametric methods, I argue that Parametric Design is not a style, it is a process. At least for now.
After so many headaches trying to get Ladybug Tools to work in Dynamo, it is great to finally use RevitInsideRhino !!! …Continue
Added by Jordan Yerbury on February 26, 2021 at 7:52pm — No Comments
This is a re-work of the 0114 Origami Fold using Kangaroo 2 tutorial by Junichiro Horikawa: https://youtu.be/Fqob5Whr968 ;
Several things were added (in red in the definition) to ensure correct FoldStart & FoldEnd and Tip1&Tip2…Continue
Added by Iman H on February 11, 2021 at 5:30am — No Comments
This script takes in a set of curves, makes a surface, then uses isocurves of the surface to output a single closed mesh geometry with a gradient rib and aperture structure.
This exercise covers:
1- Surface construction from curves
2- List management and customization of curve evaluation values.
3-Setting up a domain of values for…Continue
I am happy to share with you a script made with GH for automatic aircraft generation.
With this script I can draw in a few minutes the surfaces and structure of any aircraft with trapezoidal wings.Continue
Added by Luca Filippone on February 7, 2021 at 1:31am — No Comments
1. To make each column support a similar area (working equally hard).
2. To arrange the beams to make them a similar length (to avoid cutting material).
Tell me what you think
Added by Ciaran Malik on February 3, 2021 at 4:00pm — No Comments
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