Paneling solutions from concept to fabrication

Parametric paneling is available from PanelingTools for Grasshopper...

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PanelingTools plugin helps generate 2D and 3D cellular patterns and populate them over rectangular grids.

The plug-in supports intuitive design of paneling concepts as well as rationalize complex geometry into a format that is suitable for analysis and fabrication. The plug-in is closely integrated with Rhino 5 and is widely used for architectural and other building designers.


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Comment by Nicholas Simwichi on April 2, 2016 at 3:07pm

Thanks for your input Daniel. im a beginner so i also dont know much.

Comment by Daniel Abraham Chavarría García on April 2, 2016 at 2:10pm
I thi k its easyer to do it with grasshopper than paneling tools. Seems like a hexagonal mesh and a oval gradient pattern to control the size of the hexagonal, you could do it with hexagonal mesh center points and a voronoi.
I dont knos to mutch about it to tell you exacly how, im learning with the tutorial on this page -->
Comment by Nicholas Simwichi on April 2, 2016 at 1:56pm

Here are elevations of the project in question

Comment by Nicholas Simwichi on April 2, 2016 at 1:53pm

Hi guys. I am a beginner level user of Panelling tools at the University of Nairobi. Could someone kindly assist me on the steps to follow to create the facade in the picture below. Thanks


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