Definition for Facade Panelization

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(Oleg Lavina) #1

I study the Grasshopper and was inspired by Satoru Sugihara, his facade project for Emerson College Los Angeles, please help me build definition.

ATLV Project: Emerson College Los Angeles Courtyard Facade
Agent-Based Algorithms for Advanced Facade Panelization - YouTube


(Oleg Lavina) #2

To fully understand how to work in Grasshopper, it is necessary to invest a lot of time, so every advanced definition that I analyze with satisfaction, so I was very grateful if you could help me please


(Laurent Delrieu) #3

Hello,
it is an interesting project. But in what part are you interested ? All the project ? Ask the architect or focus on an aspect of the project and find a maximum of documentation, view carefully the video.
I have found also that
http://papers.cumincad.org/data/works/att/acadia14_23.content.pdf

I have used this method to recreate a part of :
http://www.zaha-hadid.com/architecture/city-of-dreams-hotel-tower-cotai-macau/
See my blog here


(Oleg Lavina) #4

Thank you, I wrote to the author, but I have not received an answer from him yet. It is interesting to me to understand the principle of constructing such a definition. And you can expand this source in more detail from pdf


(Oleg Lavina) #5

Perhaps this definition can be created using the plugin KINGKONG http://www.food4rhino.com/app/kingkong, because it seems like the geometry behavior on this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgeAMKvfU9Y,
if you compare with this https://vimeo.com/109346908. And can anyone tell what software is used here https://vimeo.com/109346729.


(Oleg Lavina) #6

Hello, I feel that there is no response)


(Laurent Delrieu) #7

Whatever the software they used it could be done in Rhino Grasshopper. It seems that its rely a lot on agents so my advice is that you try to use agents. There must be some tutorials, examples …

As you publish nothing, you must surley read that :
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