Muro solo gaussiana

IronPython vs. RhinoScript: the parametric wall by Gramazio & Kohler

We were at Aalborg University. It was the fall semester 2010 and I was coordinating the Master’s course “Formfindings”. During the first lecture, I introduced one of the possible interpretations of parametric design by using the case study of the ‘parametric

Muro solo gaussiana

IronPython vs. RhinoScript: the parametric wall by Gramazio & Kohler

We were at Aalborg University. It was the fall semester 2010 and I was coordinating the Master’s course “Formfindings”. During the first lecture, I introduced one of the possible interpretations of parametric design by using the case study of the ‘parametric

parabolica0200031

Buckling behaviour of gridshells, by Sabrina Pugnale

Master’s thesis on Buckling behaviour of gridshells. Candidate: Sabrina Pugnale Advisor: Mario Sassone The work in progress is posted here: http://sabrinapugnale.wordpress.com/

parabolica0200031

Buckling behaviour of gridshells, by Sabrina Pugnale

Master’s thesis on Buckling behaviour of gridshells. Candidate: Sabrina Pugnale Advisor: Mario Sassone The work in progress is posted here: http://sabrinapugnale.wordpress.com/

MSD-kevin_george-optimisationa

How virtual becomes real – MSD Design studio at the University of Melbourne

Master of Architecture students of the University of Melbourne have completed a 12-week studio that involves using Rhino, Grasshopper and Karamba to produce grid-shell structures for a pavillion at the Northcote Aquatic Center (instructors: Alberto Pugnale and Louis Gadd). The design

MSD-kevin_george-optimisationa

How virtual becomes real – MSD Design studio at the University of Melbourne

Master of Architecture students of the University of Melbourne have completed a 12-week studio that involves using Rhino, Grasshopper and Karamba to produce grid-shell structures for a pavillion at the Northcote Aquatic Center (instructors: Alberto Pugnale and Louis Gadd). The design

Church of Longuelo

The church of Longuelo – Parametric model and optimization with Grasshopper, Karamba and Galapagos

The church of Longuelo is the last main building designed by Pino Pizzigoni and could be considered his most innovative work, representing the sum of all experimentations about shells made during the last twenty years of his activity (Figures below).

Church of Longuelo

The church of Longuelo – Parametric model and optimization with Grasshopper, Karamba and Galapagos

The church of Longuelo is the last main building designed by Pino Pizzigoni and could be considered his most innovative work, representing the sum of all experimentations about shells made during the last twenty years of his activity (Figures below).

Screenshot reciprocals

Form-finding of reciprocal structures with Grasshopper and Galapagos

A reciprocal structure is based on the use of load bearing elements which, supporting one another along their span and never at the extremities, compose a spatial configuration without any clear structural hierarchy. Let us consider three glasses, arranged on

Screenshot reciprocals

Form-finding of reciprocal structures with Grasshopper and Galapagos

A reciprocal structure is based on the use of load bearing elements which, supporting one another along their span and never at the extremities, compose a spatial configuration without any clear structural hierarchy. Let us consider three glasses, arranged on

Pareto front Bechmark

Multi-Objective Optimization of shells – a simple benckmark with Grasshopper, Karamba and Octopus

Octopus is a plug-in for Grasshopper that extends the functionality of Galapagos by introducing multiple fitness values (multi-objective) to the optimization process. It is based on the SPEA-2 multi-objective evolutionary algorithm, of which more information can be found here: http://www.kddresearch.org/Courses/Spring-2007/CIS830/Handouts/P8.pdf.

Pareto front Bechmark

Multi-Objective Optimization of shells – a simple benckmark with Grasshopper, Karamba and Octopus

Octopus is a plug-in for Grasshopper that extends the functionality of Galapagos by introducing multiple fitness values (multi-objective) to the optimization process. It is based on the SPEA-2 multi-objective evolutionary algorithm, of which more information can be found here: http://www.kddresearch.org/Courses/Spring-2007/CIS830/Handouts/P8.pdf.