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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Operatic Operations _ New Opera House in Istanbul
project by:
Florian Frank
Luca Tesio

at:
RPI School of Architecture
Studio Kolatan / Spring 2011


Professor Sulan Kolatan (KolmacLLC)
TA Robert Cervellione (Cerver.org)

Used Software:
Rhinoceros
Grasshopper
GeometryGym
Cinema4d (with Vray & Sketch/Toon rendered over NetRender)
After Effects

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Comment by Henk on March 4, 2014 at 4:24am
Very Nice! How did you make the movie/animation?
Comment by 筑梦NARUTO on October 19, 2013 at 4:38am

very Like this item, it very beautiful

Comment by Vangel Kukov on November 4, 2012 at 11:13am

Great job!!!
I really like your project. I'm trying to understand the logic but I have hard time creating your tetrahedron and cube. I'm mirroring the tetrahedron but the sides just don't match. Also i noticed your cube has different "triangulation" than what I get with mirroring. Can you explain or send me a 3d model. Thanks!

Comment by vicky wang on July 4, 2011 at 9:03pm
wow,i like this project
Comment by Gianni B. on May 19, 2011 at 9:04pm

incredible flo (:

 

Comment by Florian Frank on May 14, 2011 at 4:26pm

Hallo Ferd,

The 1/2/3 connection is the amount of connections on each corner of the cell, which you can see in the ghosted renderings. The form was built, like in the video: designing the base surface and building up a kaleidoscopic arrangement by mirroring and orienting the surf. Dynamic relaxation was not a part of the form finding process. Although its a big part of the project in terms of creating the minimal surfaces.

Hoffe das beantwortet deine Frage. Grüße zurück nach Stuttgart

Comment by Dicky Ferd on May 14, 2011 at 10:46am

very nice project, liked the detailed articulation.

may I ask, what do you mean with 1/2/3 connections? do you use physical simulation engine (dynamic relaxation) for the form finding process? either way awesome project.. grüß aus stuttgart

Comment by Nate Holland on May 13, 2011 at 7:12am
Wow, That is a really cool auditorium space. I really like how the windows diffuse the light into the space and how the chairs flow along the curved surfaces.

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