Family of Planters 3.0

Family of Planters is a parametrically designed line of planters.

Every plant has different sun or shading needs. People usually use half-shades and screens to protect outdoor plants as well as window pots. These elements are not always well designed, so I am proposing a system where the shade is incorporated to the planter. These products will accommodate 5 different shade requirements for various plant species.

Here you can watch the video of the grasshopper file definition and take a look at the presentation. Enjoy!

Aldana.-

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This family of products is a Planter Collection meant to be hanging next to a window. It serves different types of plants, according to different sun and shade needs. The product is composed of two parts: the “Body”, which holds the soil and plant roots; and the “Parasite”, which provides shade and structural support to the plant.   FamilyPlanters

Stalasso Table by PATH

Hi All!

I was looking for 3d printed ceramics+wood and found this very simple+beautiful table.. Cool thing is:

“A single ‘definition’ accommodates the generation of surface, deformation, material thickness, variability and tolerances and even cost of 3D printing. The same ‘definition’ could be used to generate any number of configurations and variations, with very little preparation for fabrication.” patharc.com/portfolio/stalasso-table

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Jehs-Laub Lounge: Grasshopper Final Version

I’ve been struggling with the screen recordings, so here’s a low-tech version of my parameters in action:

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I created the curves for the chair by referencing points from Rhino. I selected the top 3 points and connected a slider to them to change the x and z coordinates.

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The bounding boxes that are referencing the geometry (“cushions”) onto the surface can change height by a number slider.

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Those same bounding boxes can also be controlled by an attractor point, moving on the surface.

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“Cushions” can change size in length….

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…and in width. The original chair is a 3×5 grid.

This is the original Jehs-Laub Lounge chair made in Grasshopper:

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These are my 5 design proposals, including the Grasshopper parameters I used for each one:

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Aldana Ferrer Garcia.-

Parametric Seating Part I= JEHS+LAUB LOUNGE CHAIR by Knoll

When the opportunity to develop a new lounge collection arose in 2007, Knoll Director of Design Benjamin Pardo immediately went to German designers Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub. Pardo had hoped to work with Jehs + Laub for some time, thinking they were the right designers to further the legacy of Knoll lounge seating.

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Surface Model in Rhino of the chair:

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Proposed Variables:

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