Embedded below is a six part series reviewing the parametric truss example we have been going through in the workshops. As I mentioned in class, this is an extension of DesignReform.net‘s classic tutorial. In addition to the parametric and generative modeling techniques covered in the videos, we focus on the creation of reusable and easily readable functions, as well as naming and grouping best practices. Enjoy!
Part 1: Reference rhino geometry and create driving surfaces.
Part 2: Create triangular faces from driving surfaces.
Part 3: Offset triangular face’s border inwards and fillet.
Part 4: Create and render planar surfaces.
Part 5: Offset curve by area.
Part 6: Offset curve by distance to attractor point.
The brief for the mid-term project is available on google docs (the embed did not work with this doc – sorry). We’ll go through this brief tonight as we discuss your individual schematic design options. I thought it might be useful to share this before the presentations so that you know what we’re going for at the end of the project. See you in a bit!
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