The workshop will introduce Grasshopper and teach how to build and develop parametric data structures (from basic simple lists to complex data trees). Participants will also develop a parametric skin by introducing different methods of creating variations within the subdivided surface in response to certain forces. The new parametric skin will become responsive to different levels of interactions.
Participants will be guided through the most important aspects of the program and the main techniques for visual programming in Rhinoceros.
The deadline for registration is November 22.
M.Arch Ziwar Al Nouri
Mohamad Ziwar Al Nouri is an architect and computational designer with experience in parametric design. He has a Master’s degree in Advanced Design and Digital architecture (M.Arch) from Elisava, ADDA, Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain, and a Master in Architecture from Studio Hadid / Sejima-University of Applied Art Vienna. He tutors at Zaha Hadid / Sejima Studio in Vienna, and has lectured in many workshops such as IAAC and MAG-LAB.