“Education by Design” wrapped on Sunday evening as we concluded the Introduction to Parametric Design for Architects workshop and the week’s educational events. We had a blast exploring new approaches for curriculum development and delivery! Check out the new free content we produced through a new online course, Google Hangouts On-Air, and whiteboard videos captured live during the workshop.
New interface features, using new components, best practices for creating Clusters, and more highlights of Grasshopper V9!
From an updated “look and feel” to recently added functionality, Grasshopper is a rapidly evolving plugin within the Rhino3D ecosystem. In this FREE course we will review the major updates to the Grasshopper interface, including the connection to the Rhino viewports and user input components. We will also explore Clusters – the most powerful workflow for compiling, sharing, and protecting modules within your definitions!
This weekend we had an awesome group of participants at the studio for the Introduction to Parametric Design for Architects workshop. We used a Google Plus Event to capture progress, discussions, and whiteboard presentations in real time. See the diagrams and videos at our Google Plus Page.
Parametric Design for Architects focused on the underlying concepts and mechanisms for creating performance-based parametric systems. The objective of this workshop was to provide participants with both the conceptual and technical framework through which to better understand the relevant application of Parametric Design to the various design problems they will encounter in professional practice.
Watch the video of our first livestream broadcast via Google Hangouts On-Air.
This broadcast included a conversation on the impetus for Education by Design Week as well as Ronnie and Gil fielding questions from our community surrounding technology-enabled creative practice. More broadcasts to come!