algorithmic modeling for Rhino

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At 9:41am on August 24, 2010, ravers said…
At 4:00am on August 23, 2010, ravers said…
At 2:03am on May 7, 2010, Jessesn said…
Hi 无敌帅哥,我也第一次学这在这里发帖。还不会发帖,只找到发图片的方法了,呵呵。
At 9:25pm on May 6, 2010, Yumei said…
we purchased a workstation yesterday , going to hv it tonight , we will start to make it again. also we hv a young man whom hs been using GH for around one year come over to help . figure crass ....will keeping in touch of our progress .
At 12:25am on July 13, 2009, Yoko Kadotani said…
你好!我是McNeel Asia的Yoko,聽Jessesn提過你。很高興認識你!
At 9:11pm on June 18, 2009, Zhipeng Sun said…
At 7:57pm on June 17, 2009, Zhipeng Sun said…
呵呵 在上海工作,有幸了解一点点这方面的东西,有兴趣多研究一下,你是程序员还是建筑师?or both?
At 7:24am on June 15, 2009, hydemeng said…
wall 就是你的留言版 哈哈
我是江苏南通人 现在在Melbourne 加我吧
你英语很棒啊 都翻译原著了
At 9:24pm on June 14, 2009, hydemeng said…
Hi Wudi. Knew u through these msg on ur wall. My name is hao meng, a chinese from melbourn,loving GH and GC. Happy to invite u as a friend of mine.
BTW great work on CHINESE GH primer!
At 9:24am on June 10, 2009, Andy Payne said…
Hi Woody,
Sorry it took me so long to post the Chinese Edition of the Primer on my site but the link is now active. You can find the post here: Thanks again for all of your hard work and I look forward to the next edition :)
At 12:02am on May 26, 2009, zhao deli said…
At 4:06am on May 20, 2009, Chun Qing Li said…
It was very useful, thank you very much.
At 4:22pm on May 19, 2009, Chun Qing Li said…
I understand that many architects and teachers don't accept the Parametric Architectural Design in China. Even in the UK, there are only few schools and architectural firms are using this technology. For Example, some of my tutors don't even know what parametric is, and they hate computers!?

One more question please. Do you know the Bartlett School of architecture, UCL in London? Do people know that school in China? Is the Bartlett approved in China? Are there huge difference between the AA and the Bartlett?
The reason I ask because I'll get the British Citizenship in November. As a home student, I only need to pay around £3000 for the Bartlett, but the AA is around £24,000 (bloody hell!!!). If Chinese think those schools are the same (for example, Cambridge and Oxford), I'll go to the Bartlett. What do you think, man?

keep in touch.
At 8:12pm on May 18, 2009, Vincent Zhou said…
hey guys. finally I find you two chinese here. hope we can share some exprience at the parametric field.
At 2:40pm on May 18, 2009, Chun Qing Li said…
In Architectural design, people think that the parametric is superficial, lack of narratives and history. What those people haven't realized that the parametric provides a new way of thinking and new approach towards the architectural concepts and designs. We should embrace the parametric design technology, taking the advantages for a more creative, precise and efficient design process and production. We (architects) should learn from other disciplines, such as airplane, shipbuilding and industrial design industries, they have been using these technology for their design and production for decades. On the other hand, the supreme design tool is still the human brain, the parametric software helps designer's creativity, but the creativity doesn't depend on the software. it's just another tool, which helps designer to manifest the ideas they have, and it doesn't make you a good designer!!! (This is my research and dissertation at University)

I also thought that the parametric was bullshit until I worked at Foster+Partners two years ago. Many jobs (or even the most of their jobs) have used parametric software (Bentley Generative Components).

I think i is good to know the parametric design tools and techniques, let's do our best and the future of the parametric is bright.

Regarding the AA qualification, don't you think the name helps? Especially in China? (of course you have to be a very good architect, not just the name).

My MSN is, catch you there, mate.
At 9:23am on May 17, 2009, Chun Qing Li said…
I'm a beginner of Grasshopper as I have been learning MicroStation Generative Components, and I hope we can share some experience we have.
I've been to the, very surprises that the Grasshopper is so popular in China.
I've heard MAD, I bought their book called "MAD Dinner" in Chicago last summer. Apparently, the guy (can't remember his name) went to the Yale, then worked at Zaha Hadid for a bit, and now he is booming in China! This firm is hard core, mad, artistic and creative, they have done some interesting works, but very Hadid style - the Blobs.
I've been in the UK for nearly 10 years, don't have any Chinese friends (except the British born Chinese, but they are not Chinese at all), and don't know what's going on over China at all. I think it's the time to make some Chinese friends now and balance between the East and the West.
A question, do you know about the Architectural Association in London? Do you think the AA qualification helps me to get good opportunities in China? Because I'm planning to go there.

Thank you Wudi.
At 5:19pm on May 16, 2009, Chun Qing Li said…
Hello the Wu,
Yes I am an 100% Chinese and currently studying architecture in Liverpool, UK.
How about you?





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