Parametric Design & High performance Facades Workshops

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OBJECTIVES:

This is a series of Workshops; the objective is to provide guidance for appropriate application of parametric design tools; Grasshopper, taking participant from the beginning till advanced levels of application. The first Workshop (Grasshopper Essential) aims to introduce Rhinoceros 3D and Grasshopper to participants who do not have previous knowledge of parametric design. The second Workshop (Daylight Simulation and Parametric Optimization) takes the participants to an advanced level of integrating parametric design with daylighting and thermal performance of the building. The third Workshop (Reversing Engineering) strengthens their skills and practically analysis any design to be able to transfer ideas and complex sketches into computer modelling.

Workshops:

(1) GRASSHOPPER ESSENTIAL; by Ayman Wagdy (21st – 30th March)
– Overview of parametric design tools and parametric thinking;
– Introduced to the interface of Rhino & grasshopper and the basic knowledge;
– Learning Grasshopper components and workflow (Curves, Surfaces and Meshes);
– Understanding the Data Tree concept and its applications (Graft, Flatten);
– Learning different techniques of attractors and dynamic patterns;
– Learning optimization process using Global and Local Algorithms (Goat plugin).

**Prerequisites
No Prerequisites

(2) DAYLIGHTING SIMULATION; by Shady Attia & Amer Hegazy (5th & 6th April)
– Understand the theoretical and operational principles of contemporary daylighting modeling programs;
– Apply computer modeling and simulation to address daylighting design and performance in buildings;
– Learning how to use daylighting software (DIVA for Rhino), running simulation and extracting results;
– Appreciate the limitations of current design support and performance evaluation tools;
– Possess practical skills in using simulation tools under any daylighting design context.

**Prerequisites
Basic knowledge with 3D modelling tools (preferred Rhinoceros 3D)

(3) PARAMETRIC PASSIVE DESIGN; by Ayman Wagdy (8th – 13th April)
– Integrated performance simulation tools (DIVA) with Grasshopper;
– Being able to optimize a model with multiple parameters;
– Create range of responsive façade techniques adopting design objective;
– Conduct daylighting and thermal simulation using DIVA which communicates with Radiance & EnergyPlus;
– Organize and analyze the simulation results based on different optimization methods;
– Explore different techniques to enhance the daylighting performance and thermal comfort.

**Prerequisites
1. Basic Grasshopper & Rhinoceros skills
2. To be at least a student in the 4th Year Architecture
3. Basic knowledge of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper.
4. Good understanding of [DATA, OPERATIONAL, different filters and Lists components, data matching , xyz space and UV local, Re-parameterize a curve or surface, Domain components , vectors & planes ]
5. Basic understanding of Data Tree operations such as [Merge, Explode Tree, Flip Matrix, Flatten Tree, Graft Tree, Simplify Tree]

(4) REVERSE ENGINEERING; by Ayman Wagdy (22th – 30th April)
– Become an Intermediate level user for grasshopper;
– Design based learning – focusing on practical applications and real life projects;
– Analyze and recompose parametric ideas by applying the concepts of reverse engineering for different types of projects;
– Experimenting different approaches to create your parametric design;
– Applying advanced paneling and patterning techniques;
– Exploring Smoothing and subdividing tools;
– Understanding some key concepts of digital fabrications.

**Prerequisites
1. Basic Grasshopper & Rhinoceros skills
2. To be at least a student in the 4th Year Architecture
3. Basic knowledge of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper.
4. Good understanding of [DATA, OPERATIONAL, different filters and Lists components, data matching , xyz space and UV local, Reparameterize a curve or surface, Domain components , vectors & planes ]
5. Basic understanding of Data Tree operations such as [Merge, Explode Tree, Flip Matrix, Flatten Tree, Graft Tree, Simplify Tree].

Schedule:

REGISTRATION FEES:

Grasshopper Essential (1200/Students & 1500/Professionals)
Daylighting Simulation (600/St & 700/Pro)
Parametric Passive Design (1200/St & 1500/Pro)
Reverse Engineering (1200/St & 1500/Pro)
Package 1: Essential + Reverse Eng (2000/St & 2500/Pro)
Package 2: Essential + Daylight & Opt.(2300/St & 2800/Pro)
Package 3: Daylighting & PPD (1500/St & 1800/Pro)
Package 4: PPD + Reverse Eng (2000/St & 2500/Pro)

The workshop will take place in ARKAN Educational Hub:

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https://www.google.com.eg/maps/place/امجد‭/@30.0734716,31.338458,17z/data=!4m7!1m4!3m3!1s0x14583e1153efe6d1:0x995b88c10a4a05d1!2s64+Eskan+Rabaa+Al+Estesmary,+Nasr+City,+Cairo+Governorate,+Egypt!3b1!3m1!1s0x0:0x2f1c345125b7ecdd?hl=en

Register From:

Please fill the application to register from the following link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1L1ShX-eumo6oS9GvfrvgovpgAL79u0jWx1NPr6G_BiE/viewform

SEATS ARE VERY LIMITED !! Please confirm your attendance by paying the fees to the bank account.

MORE INFO :
Contact Person: Mohamed Amer Hegazy
E-mail: m_amerhegazy@hotmail.com
Mobile: 01097118181

Parametric Passive Design (PPD) Workshop

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Future University in Egypt
The Department of Continuing Education
Parametric Passive Design (PPD) Workshop.
Rhinoceros-Grasshopper-Diva Simulation Tool…
January 29th to 3rd February 2014. 5 days, 8 hours/day (40 hours)
Future University in Egypt (FUE) Department of Continuing Education(DCE) is pleased to invite you to participate in the upcoming workshop entitled “Parametric Passive Design (PPD) Workshop” that  will take place at FUE on January 29 – February 3, 2014.
Workshop aim :
The aim of this workshop is to teach participants how to create a parametric housing model which can be associated with day lighting and thermal analysis. Moreover, participant will get the opportunity to develop passively design envelope. The workshop is highly interactive giving different examples that develop a strong understanding of Grasshopper Workflow & different passive strategies using the performance simulation tool (DIVA). The participants  are divided into groups to study the different orientations and the final outcomes of each group are presented thus concluding the recommendation strategies for each orientation. At the end of the workshop, each participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance from Future University in Egypt.
Target Participants:
‐Professional architects.
‐Master and PhD students.
‐Last year of undergraduate students (ONLY).
Prerequisite:
-None, however, a basic Grasshopper & Rhinoceros knowledge is preferred.
Used Software:(will be provided by the instructor). ‐Rhino 5 SR 3 ‐Grasshopper 0.90066 ‐DIVA Version 2.1.0.3
Workshop Outline:
1st DAY (Wednesday 29 Jan): 1.Introduction to passive design strategies (efficient envelope) 2.Introduction to parametric design logic 2nd DAY (Thursday 30 Jan) : 1.Developing technical tools based on reverse engineering technology. 2.Examples for parametric facade design 3rd DAY (Saturday 1 Feb): 1.Enforcing the parametric logics with Grasshopper 2.Introducing the performance simulation tool (DIVA) 4th DAY (Sunday 2 Feb): 1.Facade design using grasshopper ‐Studio work. 2.Associative techniques – Day lighting and thermal simulation 5th DAY (Monday 3 Feb): 1.Final optimization and final results 2.Group work presentation.
Registration Fees:
1. Standard registration Course fee is 1500 LE
2. Group registrations discounted fee (Groups of 4 or more participants) Course fee is 1400 LE
3. FUE Students and teaching assistant registration Course fee is 1400 LE
Registration fees include the course material, coffee break and lunch break and free transportation (to and from specific pickup points). Participants are required to bring their own laptops.
To register, fill in the application form found in this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18OrcwwDks5-vd0irZITC430bjMVb8I8pdw0i5OefyMg/viewform
Registration deadline:
Sunday 27 January 2014.
To confirm your attendance, kindly pay  the workshop fees at FUE DCE Admission or in the Bank account as following: Address: 90th st., Fifth settlement . New Cairo.
 Administrative Building ,Department of Continuing Education Mob. : 01003220017 – 01008551772 Bank account details : Account No.: 1035000015 -Swift code: CIB  EEGCXA103 Kindly send a copy of your bank deposit receipt to (Fue_ppd@outlook.com) to confirm your payment Acceptance is on a first come first served basis
Number of participants:
a minimum of 20  and a maximum of 24
Workshop Trainers:
Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim
Researcher at Sustainable Design research group |
AUC Lecturer at Parametric design | AUC
M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and Building Technology| Politecnico Di Milano
Haitham Salah Ali Mahmoud
Teaching Assistant of Design course | AASTMT
Head of design team | YBA Architect
Principal and cofounder | Arkan Architect
For any questions or info please do not hesitate to contact us at : Mob.  : 01003220017 – 01008551772 Email : Fue_ppd@outlook.com
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Grasshopper Workshop For Professionals 101 [2nd]

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ARKAN ARCHITECTS & ITALIAN COMPANY NETWORK & MEGAWRA

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Grasshopper Workshop For Professionals 101 [2nd]

DATE:

SESSION -1 23-Nov
SESSION -2 30-Nov
SESSION -3 7-Dec
SESSION -4 21-Dec
SESSION -5 28-Dec
SESSION -6 04-Jan

LOCATION:

“Megawra”17 Amin Zaki St. Ard el-Golf, Cairo, Egypt.

INSTRUCTED BY:

Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim

Author of “New parametric workflow based on validated day-lighting simulation”

M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and Building Technology| Politecnico Di Milano

PROGRAM OF THE WORKSHOP:

Session 1. We will know about GH and parametric Architecture and why it’s important for us to know it, by comparing it with different 3D applications .  Then We will learn how to install GH for Rhino and how to setup the view port options to maximize our efficiency. After that we will have an overview of GH interface and how to start a project and save a project.We will learn how to set up different ways of inputs specially for Cad & 3DSMax users ! How to import and export your current projects.

Session 2. We will know more about GH components (DATA & OPERATIONAL components) and the basics logic of GH. Then we will start dealing with mathematics inside GH and we will understand the different ways of generation numbers and sequences , then we will explorer the Boolean logics and different filters, then we will see some examples of using these logics.

Session 3. At this point we should be ready to know more details about different types of components inside GH mainly about Curves and Surfaces. how to make them ,how to evaluate any curve and why we need to use different component do different function or operation

Then we should touch the world of vectors how to compose them and to do mathematical operations over vectors , why we need them to move or to make any transformation to any object , then we will learn more about deformation and paneling techniques.

Session 4. Here we will understand the concept behind all grasshopper operation by understanding the Data Tree concept and it’s applications ,which will help us to develop more complex results

Session 5. After gaining the needed knowledge we will be ready to deal with advanced patterns and using attractors as design elements , and we will see some useful examples of this technique specially with Façade design.

Session 6. We will learn about optimization process and how to define the fitness function, then We will explore some advanced concepts and form Finding techniques.

Finally we can make an open discussion to have a final review ,then small presentation of the course ending.

DURATION:

6-8 hours per day [36-42 hours Total]

Every Saturday [2 pm :9 pm]

PREREQUISITES:

No need of any specific knowledge of Rhinoceros or Grasshopper.

REGISTRATION:

You need to go directly to Megawra.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

20th November 2013.

WORKSHOP FEES:

1500 LE for Professional Architects  & Interior Designers.

1200 LE for Master & PhD Students.

*** Please book in Megawra by paying the full fees any time 2 – 11 pm except Friday.

*** This workshop is NOT for undergraduate students.

*** For Master & PhD Students you need to bring a proof.

TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

The course can only be held with a minimum of [6] participants & Not more than [10] participants

WORKSHOP ORGANIZER:

**Arch. Maha Shalaby

**Arch. Ahmad Borham

Email : aborhamz@gmail.com

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Grasshopper Workshop For Professionals 101

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ARKAN ARCHITECTS & MEGAWRA

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Grasshopper Workshop For Professionals 101

DATE:

SESSION -1 28-Sep
SESSION -2 5-Oct
SESSION -3 12-Oct
SESSION -4 19-Oct
SESSION -5 26-Oct

LOCATION:

“Megawra”17 Amin Zaki St. Ard el-Golf, Cairo, Egypt.

INSTRUCTED BY:

Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim

Author of “New parametric workflow based on validated day-lighting simulation”

M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and Building Technology| Politecnico Di Milano

PROGRAM OF THE WORKSHOP:

Session 1. We will know about GH and parametric Architecture and why it’s important for us to know it, by comparing it with different 3D applications .  Then We will learn how to install GH for Rhino and how to setup the view port options to maximize our efficiency. After that we will have an overview of GH interface and how to start a project and save a project.We will learn how to set up different ways of inputs specially for Cad & 3DSMax users ! How to import and export your current projects.

Session 2. We will know more about GH components (DATA & OPERATIONAL components) and the basics logic of GH. Then we will start dealing with mathematics inside GH and we will understand the different ways of generation numbers and sequences , then we will explorer the Boolean logics and different filters, then we will see some examples of using these logics.

Session 3. At this point we should be ready to know more details about different types of components inside GH mainly about Curves and Surfaces. how to make them ,how to evaluate any curve and why we need to use different component do different function or operation

Then we should touch the world of vectors how to compose them and to do mathematical operations over vectors , why we need them to move or to make any transformation to any object , then we will learn more about deformation and paneling techniques.

Session 4. Here we will understand the concept behind all grasshopper operation by understanding the Data Tree concept and it’s applications ,which will help us to develop more complex results

Session 5. After gaining the needed knowledge we will be ready to deal with advanced patterns and using attractors as design elements , and we will see some useful examples of this technique specially with Façade design.

Session 6. We will learn about optimization process and how to define the fitness function, then We will explore some advanced concepts and form Finding techniques.

Finally we can make an open discussion to have a final review ,then small presentation of the course ending.

DURATION:

6 hours per day [30 hours Total]

Every Saturday [9 am :12 am & 12.30 pm : 3.30 pm]

PREREQUISITES:

No need of any specific knowledge of Rhinoceros or Grasshopper.

REGISTRATION:

In order to register,you will need to fill the Registration Form .

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

25th September 2013.

WORKSHOP FEES:

1500 LE for Professional Architects  & Interior Designers.

1200 LE for Master & PhD Students.

*** Please book in Megawra by paying the full fees any time from Saturday the 21st of September to Wednesday the 25th, 4 – 7 pm.

TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

The course can only be held with a minimum of [6] participants & Not more than [9] participants

WORKSHOP ORGANIZER:

**Arch. Maha Shalaby

Email : mahashalaby@live.com

**Arch. Ahmed Hassan

Email : ahmdhssn@hotmail.com

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Grasshopper Logics for Performance-Based Design WORKSHOP

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DATE:

17 to 19 August (3 Days Workshop)

LOCATION:

Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria, Egypt.

INSTRUCTED BY:

Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim

Author of “New parametric workflow based on validated day-lighting simulation”

M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and Building Technology| Politecnico Di Milano

PROGRAM OF THE WORKSHOP:

In Grasshopper logics for performance based design workshop the participants will learn new techniques in Grasshopper focusing on optimizing the design solution based on a performance objective. The exercises will be gradually increased on complexity, from simple shading devices to high responsive building skin.

The participants will be taught Grasshopper logics and different modeling techniques in the first two days and on the final day they will learn how to associate and optimizes the design solution with the Environmental analysis software “Ecotect” in order to make “performance based design”.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION :
The participants will learn: how to
– Create different types of free from structure – building skin- using patches and loft components.
– Create 4 different techniques of opening panels on surface using Iso-trim to control the accuracy and the level of detail of the surface .
– Customize the locations of the openings with a custom Domain inside the surface Domain.
– Create random openings pattern over a surface by using populate components and they will learn the different of using Populate Geometry and Populate 2D.
– Create different types of predefined panels which can be associated to surface curvature and environmental data.
– Create custom panels pattern such as (Hexagonal, Triangle, Diamond ,Staggered) panels using” Lunch tools box” plugin for grasshopper.
– Convert the model from Non-uniform rational B-spline model to mesh Triangulation in order to be correctly exported to “Ecotec”.

After that they will learn how to connect “Grasshopper” with “Ecotect” by using ” Geco” plugin for Grasshopper in order to :
– Create and extract the sun path diagram based on a specific weather data file which helps to define the correct direction of the sun vector to make useful shading devices.
– Export the different types of surfaces to “Ecotect” without any geometrical problems.
– Set the correct material setting for each part of the model which can handle any changes in number of faces.
– Define the analysis grid correctly to avoid any false values.
– Calculate (the solar radiation & the daylight factor) analysis inside “Ecotect” and import the results back to Grasshopper.

Then they will learn different techniques of making associate parameter based on :
– Different Gate components-Filters- to satisfy different conditions .
– Different types of attractor to control some of the panels parameters .
– Sampling the solar radiation of the surface.
– Evaluating the daylight factor data of the interior space.
– Remapping the Solar radiation or daylight factor values to control different panels parameters.
– Using the optimization engine inside grasshopper “Galapagos” which can automatically optimize the panel parameters to optimize the performance .

DURATION:

8 hours per day [9 am : 5 pm]

PREREQUISITES:

Basic knowledge of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper.
– Good understanding of DATA & OPERATIONAL and Boolean operators components such as [Series, Range, Random, Boolean operators, Boolean Gates].
– Good understanding of different filters and Lists components that allow you to preform various operations on a list of input values based on different logic, such as [List Item, Partition List, Shift List, Dispatch, Cull Index, Cull Pattern ].
– Good understanding of data matching concept .
– Basic understanding of Data Tree operations such as [Merge, Explode Tree, Flip Matrix, Flatten Tree, Graft Tree, Simplify Tree].
– Solid understanding of the different between xyz space and UV local space of a surface.
– Solid understanding of the important of Reparameterize a curve or surface.
– Good understanding of different Domain components such as [Construct 1D and 2D Domain ,Remap Numbers, Divide 1D and 2D Domain, Bounds].
– Basic understanding of generating different types of Curves inside grasshopper such as [Explode, Discontinuity, Divide Curve, Offset on Srf, Project, Geodesic, Blend Curve, Interpolate, Perp and Horizontal Frames].
– Good understanding of vectors and basic mathematical operators .
– Good understanding of different Transformations components

REGISTRATION:

In order to register,you will need to fill the Registration Form .

REGISTRATION DEADLINE & WORKSHOP FEES:

EARLY Registration: Deadline: 12 August 2013

Fees: Students 400 LE – Professionals: 600 LE

LATE Registration: Deadline: 15 August 2013

Fees: Students 500 LE – Professionals: 700 LE

WORKSHOP ORGANIZER:

– Dr. Khaled El-Deeb

– Arch. Mai Karram

– Arch. Heba Moanes.

– DAWSHA group

CONTACT PERSON:

Arch. Heba Moanes – Assistant lecturer

E: hopiz@hotmail.com – Mobile: 01001509941

EVENT LINKS:

https://www.facebook.com/events/226412247482815/?ref=2

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/events/grasshopper-logics-for-performance-based-design

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Grasshopper Workshop @ MEGAWRA

MEGAWRA & ARKAN ARCHITECTS

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Grasshopper Workshop LEVEL 1

DATE:

SESSION -1 19-Jul
SESSION -2 23-Jul
SESSION -3 26-Jul
SESSION -4 30-Jul
SESSION -5 2-Aug
SESSION -6 6-Aug

LOCATION:

17 Amin Zaki St. Ard el-Golf, Cairo, Egypt.

INSTRUCTED BY:

Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim

Author of “New parametric workflow based on validated day-lighting simulation”

M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and Building Technology| Politecnico Di Milano

PROGRAM OF THE WORKSHOP:

Session 1. We will know about GH and parametric Architecture and why it’s important for us to know it, by comparing it with different 3D applications .  Then We will learn how to install GH for Rhino and how to setup the view port options to maximize our efficiency. After that we will have an overview of GH interface and how to start a project and save a project.We will learn how to set up different ways of inputs specially for Cad & 3DSMax users ! How to import and export your current projects.

Session 2. We will know more about GH components (DATA & OPERATIONAL components) and the basics logic of GH. Then we will start dealing with mathematics inside GH and we will understand the different ways of generation numbers and sequences , then we will explorer the Boolean logics and different filters, then we will see some examples of using these logics.

Session 3. At this point we should be ready to know more details about different types of components inside GH mainly about Curves and Surfaces. how to make them ,how to evaluate any curve and why we need to use different component do different function or operation

Then we should touch the world of vectors how to compose them and to do mathematical operations over vectors , why we need them to move or to make any transformation to any object , then we will learn more about deformation and paneling techniques.

Session 4. Here we will understand the concept behind all grasshopper operation by understanding the Data Tree concept and it’s applications ,which will help us to develop more complex results

Session 5. After gaining the needed knowledge we will be ready to deal with advanced patterns and using attractors as design elements , and we will see some useful examples of this technique specially with Façade design.

Session 6. We will learn about optimization process and how to define the fitness function, then We will explore some advanced concepts and form Finding techniques.

Finally we can make an open discussion to have a final review ,then small presentation of the course ending.

DURATION:

4 hours per day [10 am :12 am & 12.30 pm : 2.30 pm]
Friday [10 am :12 am & 1.30 pm : 3.30 pm]

PREREQUISITES:

No need of any specific knowledge of Rhinoceros or Grasshopper.

REGISTRATION:

In order to register,you will need to fill the Registration Form .

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

18th July 2013.

WORKSHOP FEES:

700 LE for University Students

1000 LE for Professional Architects

** Megawra will be open on Saturday 13/7 and Wednesday 17/7 for the workshop fees. For enquirers you can mail Arch. Maha Shalaby

WORKSHOP ORGANIZER:

Arch. Maha Shalaby

Teaching Assistant at the British University in Egypt (B.U.E.)

Email : mahashalaby@live.com

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Grasshopper Courses @ Politecnico Di Milano

Politecnico Di Milano – Milano Campus

GrassHopper Course – Basic to Intermediate Level

DATE:

Grasshopper Essentials_Level # 1 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 22th Feb,2013

Grasshopper Beginners_Level # 2 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 25th Feb,2013

Grasshopper Intermediate_Level # 3 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 27th Feb,2013

LOCATION:

MILANO Campus – Edificio 3 – Aula OSVALDO DE DONATO Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32 – 20133 – Milano (MI).

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INSTRUCTED BY:

Ayman Wagdy Mohamed Ibrahim

Author of “New parametric workflow based on advanced day-lighting analysis”

M.Sc. Architecture – Architecture and society | Politecnico Di Milano  

PROGRAM OF THE COURSES:

* The more details will be added soon.

Level 1:

This level will begin with introduction about parametric design and it will show you how it is useful to make your design parametric rather than using conventional cad methods. You will learn how to deal with grasshopper and rhino interfaces, exploring how is the data flows through different components. Then you will learn how to use different geometrical components such as NURBS curves and surfaces for developing new design projects.

Level 2:

This level will continue what we began on Level 1. This level will make you understand how to control a bigger list of data, how to define attractors and creating dynamic patterns. You will learn how to analyze your design using algorithms in order to define the correct relations between design elements. You will learn as well the different conditional logics that we can use for designing a responsive elements and special paneling techniques.

Level 3:

This level will deal with controlling Data Tree and how to optimize the design solution based on a special criteria in order to get the best possible solution.You will learn how to connect Environmental analysis software “Ecotect” with (GECO) Plug-in for Grasshopper. We will explore different solutions using different logics where you will gain special expertise to handle any further development on your script. The final part will be dedicated to some fabrication aspects.

DURATION: 

One day for each level. Specific timing will available soon.

PREREQUISITES:

You need to reset your mind, prepare yourself to receive a new Knowledge. No need of any specific knowledge of Rhinoceros or Grasshopper.

LANGUAGE:

The course will be presented in English.

REGISTRATION:

In order to register,you will need to fill the Registration Form .

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

18th February 2013.

REGISTRATION FEES:

40 Euro per Level as a contribution fee for the course Administrations.

FOR COURSE INFORMATION:

Aymanwagdy2010@yahoo.com

Organized by E.C.C. a group of Students in Politecnico di Milano.