I’m studying the national museum of Qatar as a case study for my tectonics assignment in school, and I am trying to figure out the roof pattern in grasshopper.
I’m wondering if anyone knows how to make this pattern and apply it on a doubly curved surface. (I have also attached the basic disk surface)
Create it manually and use polar array (5 items)
Thank you so much.
I’m still wondering if there is any way to do this in grasshopper.
Kinda reminds of your Gilbert tessellation examples, @laurent_delrieu! What do you think?
For sure, I worked a bit on this sort of tesselations
maybe you can save some time by polar arraying the inner portion 5 times, and the external portion30 times, like this:
Thank you so much for reply, yeah i did that for now.
Just want to say, this looks so cool!!!
Gilbert Tessellations are quite cool yes and surely not enough used. They change a bit from Voronoi.
For your problem, yes they can be applied to a surface just remove in C#
Curve curve = Curve.ProjectToPlane(curve3d, Plane.WorldXY);
And surely others things. The “difficulties” will be to make the curve on surface.
Whatever, I prefer here using a pattern flat. It will be easy to project it.
The only trick og this tessellation is to generate cracks. What I saw on Jean Nouvel building is crack with 2 directions.
Here a random crack generator
20190930_GilbertTesselation.gh (29.0 KB)
And here one with symetries
20190930_GilbertTesselation_with symetrie.gh (29.7 KB)
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Now i think this is amazing…thank you so much.
Will try to explore this more