Looking for developer to advance GH component family

The Circular Construction Lab at Cornell University (ccl.aap.cornell.edu) is looking for a grasshopper developer to join our cross-disciplinary team in the development of RhinoCircular, a GH component family calculating the circularity of an architectural design in early to advanced design phases. Work can be conducted via zoom and invoice. Please email for more details (via above website contact).

The Circular Construction Lab (CCL) in the Department of Architecture at Cornell AAP houses a design research program that advances the paradigm shift from linear material consumption towards a circular economy within an industrialized construction industry. At the intersection of architecture, engineering, material and computer science, as well as economics, the lab investigates new concepts, methods and processes to (1) design and construct buildings as the material depots for future construction, and (2) activate the potential of the built environment as an ‘urban mine’ for today’s construction. CCL understands architecture as part of a regenerative and restorative cycle and sees design as a vehicle that can advance this ambition with excellence in teaching and research. Through close collaborations with academic, industrial, and legislative/ political partners the lab ensures the relevance of its work and promotes the direct and full-scale implementation of research results towards a more sustainable, low/ no-carbon, circular construction industry.