Grasshopper Code: Transforming simple geometry

Parametric geometrical transformation (Part 1 of the series of "Coding, Experimentation and Spatial design")
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Transforming Geometry in grasshopper

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of Grasshopper
  • Basic knowledge of Rhino

Description

Hello everyone,

Welcome to grasshopper tutorials for Parametric geometrical transformation.

"Grasshopper Code: Transforming simple geometry" is part of a series of courses serving Narrative and coding as an artistic approach in spatial design experience. This course can act as a standalone course or part of the bigger series.

In this course you will get more acquainted with grasshopper components, that can help you apply the following transformations parametrically to geometry: Movement, scaling, rotation, and subtraction. 

You will learn how to create objects along a grid and apply the previously mentioned transformations in relevance to the following: Randomly, Attractor point, multiple attractor points, attractor form, and attractor line.

Who this course is for:

  • Architecture students

Course content

5 sections17 lectures30m total length
  • Introduction
    02:25
  • Tutorial guidelines
    01:41

Instructor

Architectural Engineer
Hunia Tarek Tomoum
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Has ten years knowledge and expertise gained by working in Architectural Studios and Consultancy Companies, coupled with tutoring in the AUC and Arab Academy for Science and Technology (AAST). Keen to acquire professional knowledge which is reflected on my studies, after my Bachelor degree in Architectural Engineering and Environmental design "RIBA" from AAST, got my masters degree in Advanced Architecture from IAAC, Barcelona, Spain; besides further studies.

Summing up major achievements, worked on different levels of activities including: organizing workshops, and tutoring in addition to working on Architecture and Interior design projects related to residential, commercial, educational , healthcare, and retail mixed-use fields; in the MEA region.

Participated in several local and international competitions and workshops; and won First place in Rwanda stadium competition 2013-2014, my work in Evolo Skyscraper Competition 2010 was published in Evolo Book 2011 (USA) as one of the best 300+ projects out of 4000 from year 2006 to 2011.