Archive for the ‘Grasshopper’ Category
Thursday, August 25th, 2011
Article source: Wendy W Fok Architect
(RE)Configured-Assemblage is a developmental landmark proposal composed of reconfigured traces of shipping containers, through diligently reconnecting, revitalising, and humanizing the accessibility of the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Blvd and Broadway Area. Through proposing three types of innovatively reconstructed modular shipping containers, the overall construct leads to open courtyards, interlocking units, and playfully generated programs that introduce a new innovative topological design that regenerates and reconnects the community.
Render Interior 01
- Architects: Wendy W Fok Architect
- Project: (RE)Configured-Assemblage
- Location: Long Beach, CA
- Software used: Rhino 3D / Panelling Tools / Grasshopper. Renderer Vray.
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Article source: Wahag Studio
Participation of wahag studio in the international ideas competition to establish a design for the busan opera house to start to construct in 2014 (expected). the opera house will include a variety of facilities that will foster a wide range of artistic activities all the while being accessible to the city’s citizens. the grand scale of this project will be suitable for busan’s status as an international city.
- Designed by: Wahag Studio
- Name of Project: Busan Opera House
- Location: Busan, South korea
- Type of competition: open international competition
- Site area: 35,000 m2
- Team work: wahag studio team
- Architects: m.mansour gebaly, wael hussein Mahmoud
- Software used: Rhino and grasshopper for developing the form and the final modeling; for the final render used 3ds Max and photoshop
Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
Our proposal for the historic Pushkinsky Theater creates a programmatic envelope for the existing volume that expands the territory of the theater into a series of enfolded layers and surfaces that connect the building enclosure to the plinth on which it resides and out onto the landscape of Pushkin Square itself. The shifting angles of the new envelope knit together the two axes in the public space of the square: the building’s frontal alignment with the park, fountain and Pushkin statue and its diagonal relationship to the Boulevard Ring angling away from it.
Cine Moire view looking out
- Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office
- Project: Ciné-moiré: Changing the Face of Pushkin Square
- Location: Pushkin Square, Moscow, Russian Federation
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, and Maxwell
Friday, August 12th, 2011
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
SECOND SKIN is an installation proposal designed to complement the aesthetic and image of the clothing line of the Lake and Stars. The initial concept was to develop a space that recalled the way in which the designers see lingerie as something that can be playfully exposed and integrated into everyday wear. The architects developed surfaces of abstracted “skins” that alternately reveal and conceal spaces with varying levels of privacy. Fittingly, teh inspiration for the structure comes from the pissoirs that line the banks of canals in Amsterdam.
- Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office (BFDO)
- Project: Second Skin for The Lake and Stars
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, and V-Ray were used for Second Skin.
- Software used: Rhino, V-Ray, Grasshopper
Thursday, August 11th, 2011
Article source: Situ Studio
The architectural transformations of the Brooklyn Museum over the past 120 years provide a singular history of an urban institution adapting to changing times. Unwilling to remain static, the museum has evolved continuously, physically reshaping itself to respond to a rapidly unfolding city.
reOrder in the Great Hall, Brooklyn Museum (Images Courtesy Keith Sirchio)
- Architect: Situ Studio
Project Name: reOrder: An Architectural Environment
- Location: Brooklyn, New York
- Design and Fabrication: Situ Studio (BasarGirit, Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny, Wes Rozen, Brad Samuels and 20+ crew)
- Installation photographs: Keith Sirchio
- Site: Great Hall, first-floor 10,000 square foot colonnaded hall
- Construction dates:February 7, 2011 – March 3, 2011
- Client: Brooklyn Museum
- Software used: Rhino and Grasshopper
Sunday, August 7th, 2011
Article source: gt2p
The project TilTil D.F. is the result of a request to gt2P, having as aim the development of a diverse program in an open space that merge with the topography and the landscape of thelocation. The requirement was done to this studiobecause of its experience in the development of projects of architecture based on the use of methodologies of parametric design. This knowledge has given them the capability to determine the relevant variables in their projects and to establish relations among them, in order to streamline the formulation and implementation of projects.
- Architect: gt2p
- Name of Project: Til Til D.F.
- Software used: Rhino and Grasshopper
Saturday, July 9th, 2011
Article source: Dimitrie Stefanescu, Patrick Bedarf, Bogdan Hambasan
The project started out as an ambitious student-powered endeavor to design and fabricate at a 1:1 scale the flagship pavilion for the ZA11 Speaking Architecture event in Cluj, Romania. While at the same time integrating into its historically-charged context, the design boasts a strong representational power which was much needed in order to fulfill its main goal: attracting passers-by to the event. The object tries to make legible the new ontology which is slowly defined by computational architecture and is a showcase for the processes empowered by it. At the same time, the pavilion offers a sheltered space for the unfolding of different social events pertaining to the corresponding architecture festival.
Image Courtesy Daniel Bondas
- Architects: Dimitrie Stefanescu, Patrick Bedarf, Bogdan Hambasan
- Project: ZA11 Pavilion
- Location:Cluj, Romania
- Year: 2011
- Workshop Team: Ciprian Colda, Anamaria Androne, Razvan Sencu, Madalin Gheorghe
- Software used: Rhino and its parametric modeling plug in Grasshopper.
Friday, July 8th, 2011
Article source: Forrest Fulton
A proposed living hill by Forrest Fulton Architecture
Instead of a towering Iconic image, disconnected from historic, horizontal Yerevan, Lace Hill stitches the adjacent city and landscape together to support a holistic, ultra-green lifestyle, somewhere between rural hillside living and dense cultured urbanity. The 85,000 square meter (915,000 sf) proposal is a new model of development for Yerevan and Armenia that supports a resilient, high-value spatial fabric, dense with overlapping natural and urban phenomenon.
- Architect: Forrest Fulton Architecture
- Name of Project: Lace Hill
- Location: Yerevan, Armenia
- Program: mixed-use complex with hotel, residential, office, retail, exhibition, cinema, health center, underground parking, public green space, plazas, and terraced gardens
- Area: 85,000 sm (915,000 sf)
- Client: Avangard Motors, LLC
- Status: 2010 Competition Entry for International Business Center with an Intercontinental Hotel in Yerevan
- Project Team: Jared Fulton, Andrew C. Bryant, Derrick Owens
- Software used: Rhino & Grasshopper
Wednesday, July 6th, 2011
Article source: GOMMAdesign
The goal of the PontèPigneto competition was to gather ideas for a public space which could be energetically self-sufficient (through an intelligent use of form and technology) and elastic (capable to respond to fast urban transformations). The pedestrian bridge in Pigneto neighborhood – Rome, already an important node for the area, was chosen as the project’s location for his capability to become one of the iconic symbols of the neighborhood through a careful redevelopment.
- Architect: GOMMAdesign
- Name of Project: Pini@Pigneto – GOMMAdesign’s proposal for a sustainable urban space under photovoltaic Pinetrees
- Location: Pigneto, Rome, Italy
- Type: Public square
- Year: 30 january, 2010
- Status: competition entry
- Design Team: Francesco Bagni, Vittorio Menna, Gabriele Settimelli
- Software used: Rhino + Grasshopper for modeling and Fryrender for renderings
Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Gernot Riether is using digital design and fabrication techniques to reintroduce plastic as a building material for light-weight and inexpensive structures. The project provides a new aesthetic for environmentally friendly architecture, changing our perception of plastic from an environmentally problematic to a “green” material.
- Architects: Gernot Riether, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Project: Pavilion
- Location: New Orleans
- Client: AIA
- Area: 18m2
- Project Team: Gernot Riether, Valerie Bolen, Rachel Dickey, Emily Finau, TasnouvaHabib, Knox Jolly, Pei-Lin Liao, Keith Smith, April Tann
- Design software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, AlphaCAM
- Material: PETGs (glycol-modified polyethylene terephthalate)
- CNC: 25 hours machining time
- Thermoforming: Techniques used: drape forming, vacuum forming and draping
- Number of pieces: 320
- Portability: The pavilion can be disassembled. The pavilions cells can be stocked and moved with a mini Truck
- Assembly: Bolt connections. Assembly time: 2 days
- Fabricated at: DFL, Digital Fabrication Laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology
- Special Thanks to: Russell Gentry and Andres Cavieres