1. Parametric Pavilion


    from Emrah Halimoglu Added 230 1 0

    Parametric Pavilion - Rhino + Grasshopper + Processing + Ghowl + OSC

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    • parametric sinusoidal enclosure


      from Louis Jucker Added 75 0 0

      A simple parametric enclosure for the EPFL architecture cafeteria. It's veil shape comes from a sinus equation. I can manipulate the general form of this veil by manipulating the planar curve linked to it. This curve could also be a statistic curve, like let's say, density of movement through the arches of the cafeteria. This work was produced in Stylianos Dritsas workshop 2009 @ EPFL, lausanne, switzerland

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      • Parametric Skin System


        from Kristen Gandy Added 189 0 0

        This is an initial idea animation for a responsive skin system that I am in the process of exploring. The skin will allow apertures to open and closed based on the force of wind and water. This will eventually be integrated into a system for disaster relief and wetlands restoration for an Architectural project.

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        • Parametric Snowman


          from Jeffery Eagle Added 267 1 0

          Parametric Snowman Have you ever thought about why so many snowmans are miserable? I think most of them are overweight Here is an attempt to find a happy snowman with the perfect body mass index. the form depends on the sort of snow, form, size and many other parameters Consider: The better his BMI gets, the more he smiles It was the chrismas exercise for my last lecture in 2014 Merry Christmas and an "optimized" new year 2015

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          • PARAMETRICS OF EXCEPTION Symposium - Roundtable


            from Dezact Added 21 0 0

            PARAMETRICS OF EXCEPTION Symposium - Taipei 2014 more information : dezact.org/14-parametrics-of-exception/

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            • Parametric Space by Zaha Hadid Architects


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              See more architecture and design movies at www.dezeen.com/movies Zaha Hadid's latest architecture exhibition features glowing funnels that bulge down from the ceiling to greet visitors. Zaha Hadid collaborated with design office Kollision, research studio CAVI and motion designers Wahlberg to create the Parametric Space installation, which forms part of the architect's solo exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen. Visitors begin by entering a dark rectangular room. As they approach the centre, the four funnels react by gradually illuminating themselves and stretching down towards the ground. "What appears to be a normal flat ceiling reveals itself as a flexible membrane that starts to glow and physically move," explains Kollision. "Stepping closer to the funnel it moves further down; stepping back the membrane draws itself back, too. The system is enabled by a pair of motion scanners that continuously collect information about the space and relay it back to the mechanisms and light sources concealed beneath the membrane. Beads of light also trail across the funnels as they move, following a pattern devised by the architects.

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              • Parametric structural folding of a roof structure


                from kermin chok Added 173 0 0

                Exploration of structural folding for cantilever efficiency. Live linkage of parametric geometry to structural analysis. Real time tracking of structural performance such as deflection, member stresses and material quantities.

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                • Parametric System


                  from Hai M Nguyen Added 46 0 0

                  After developments of patterns, this video examines the ranges of what this tessellation pattern capabilities.

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                  • Parametric tessellation canopy


                    from biodigital architecture Added 466 3 0

                    This is a further modification from one of the projects developed during the two days workshop at Alcalá de Henares' school of achitecture (Madrid).

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