The Pringle Canopy for Kids! It ROCKS :)
The final assignment for the Spring 2015 term, Product Families, can be viewed at the following location:
Students are asked to design and produce a family of 3D printable products with grasshopper, and to iteratively print family members to help inform the design process.
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.
Surface Model in Rhino of the chair:
The first assignment for this Spring, Parametric Seating, can be found online here.
The first assignment for this Fall, Parametric Seating, can be found online here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qeK3XadqPw-hj5f2eziO5TJjKamwdhupI6EnN5RWZfA/edit?usp=sharing
Good luck everyone!
The first assignment of the Spring semester is available online here. This assignment, which we’ve done a few times before in this class, asks students to model a precedent seating system in Rhino, and to extend that surface parametrically in Grasshopper.
The assignment, including parts 1 and 2 is also embedded below. Enjoy:
The first assignment of the Fall semester is online here. The assignment asks students to model a precedent seating system in Rhino, and to create an extended design space around the precedent system using Grasshopper.
We’ve done this a few times before in this class, and it has proven to be a good way into some of the concepts and techniques we’ll be developing over the course of the semester.
The published document is also embedded below: