Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design 3D

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Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design are for  designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper® is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Unlike RhinoScript, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows designers to build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring.

Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design with Rhino are a new way to model where a design describes a change, it is the transition from entities to operations. A form is created by a series of mathematical operations, instead of being the outcome of applying a conventional command. 

Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design are a "Must Have" complement for any professional applications or Rhino users.

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Karamba3D Bake-Off Online Workshop, May 3-7

 


Karamba3D Bake-Off Workshop 

May 3-7, 2021

9:00-11:30am CEST 

Tutors: Clemens Preisinger, Zeynep Aksöz and Matthew Tam


In the 2021 Bake-off Series, we will be exploring different themes and topics over a one-week-long course. We are inviting architects, engineers, designers to participate in this workshop focusing on parametric structures and design. Participants will be asked to develop a designed structural object within the parametric environment of Grasshopper3D. Lead by Clemens Preisinger, Zeynep Aksöz and Matthew Tam, we will guide you through a series of tutorials in Karamba3D, design critiques and review sessions.

This May, our focus will be on structural shells. The course will cover essential methods of design, analysis and optimization of shells using Karamba3D. The learned methods will be tested and further investigated through a case study, which will be developed during the course by each participant. The tutorial sessions will be accompanied by working sessions where the participants can ask specific questions to instructors.

The online course will be hosted on the Microsoft Teams platform. The course will be held in English.

What you will expect to achieve at the end of the workshop?

  • Learn the basics of using Karamba3D
  • Design, develop and optimization of structures
  • Set up a parametric structural system using shell elements
  • Work with Loads, load cases and load combinations
  • Interpreting results
  • Create basic animations from Rhino/Grasshopper
  • Create an interactive cloud model

Course Outline

There are five sessions in total, Monday-Friday: 9:00-11:30am CEST (8:00-10:30am BST | 3:00-5:30pm CST | 5:00pm-5:30pm AET). Each day there will be a tutorial session, a short work session as well as a feedback session.

Course Fee

Professionals (includes academic staff): 300 EUR + VAT/ Students (max. 10 places): 150 EUR + VAT. Maximum seats: 20. If there is no quorum, the course will be cancelled 10 days before.

Software

No prior knowledge of Karamba3D is required for this course, but beneficial. General knowledge of Rhino & Grasshopper as well as the basics of statics is highly recommended. You will gain access to our database of learning resources.

Karamba3D 1-year licenses for non-commercial use will be provided to the participants free of charge. Participants should have a working license of Rhino3D – a three-month trial can be downloaded from the Rhino website.

Registration here....



AAG 2020 Conference

 

AAG 2020 has published its online conference schedule. Each keynote presentation will be streamed live on the WorkAdventure platform for about 30-40 minutes, followed by discussion in a moderated virtual session room.

Keynote Lectures April 27-29

  • Design Philosophy, Process and Transformation. Stacy Eisenberg and Tristan Israël, AJN, will present how the collaboration between architects, engineers, and builders successfully transforms each strong project narrative into a challenging building due to the ingenuity of the architectural design process and the research and development in advanced fabrication technologies. Eisenberg and Israël will illustrate AJN’s expertise through three projects: The Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi, The Duo office towers in Paris and Matarazzo, The Torre Mata Atlantica tower in Sao Paulo.
  • Tri-Axial Weaving with Curved Strips to Generate Complex Structure. Tri-axial weaving has long been used to create curved structures from straight/flat ribbons. Weavers typically introduce discrete topological defects to produce 3D shapes, albeit with faceted surfaces. Pedro Reis, EPF, will show how, by tuning the ribbons' in-plane curvature, the weave's integrated Gaussian curvature can vary continuously, which is not feasible using traditional techniques. This geometry-driven nature of tri-axial weaving can be leveraged to design a set of ribbon profiles to weave various structures.
  • Advances in Architectural Origami. When we compress a sheet of paper, it self-organizes into repeated patterns similar to origami. In this talk, Tomohiro Tachi, Tokyo University, will talk about the geometry behind the art of origami that may lead to structural innovations. He will also showcase recent fun collaborations between art, science, engineering, and design. 
  • Roadmapping and Architectural Complexity. To achieve a net zero world with 600,000,000 existing buildings, we must automate. This talk by David Jason Gerber, USC, reflects on the opportunity for architectural geometry to accelerate the adoption of goal-driven computation to enable a net zero built environment.
  • Build Better Models! Fabian Scheurer, Design-to-Production, discusses why most of our digital building models are not ripe for digital fabrication but for disposal, how we need to re-think our methods to create usable digital twins and why the tail of the building process needs to take the lead and wag the dog.
  • BioSynthetic Architecture: Transdisciplinary Design Research. Jenny Sabin, Cornell University, will present ongoing trans-disciplinary research and design spanning across the fields of cell biology, materials science, physics, fiber science, fashion, mechanical and structural engineering, and architecture.
  • Geometry / Material / Labour. This keynote reflects on the relationship between geometry and materiality, geometry and economy (material, energy, and labour), geometry and know-how. Bernard Vaudeville, T/E/S/S, proposes to illustrate this using manufacturing processes and built projects. Notably, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the Parc des Ateliers (Arch: F. Gehry) in Arles and the Euplectella, a curious serpentine metal tunnel.
See the full AAG 2020 Conference Programme.


Workshop seats are selling fast, with some already fully booked. Two featured workshops are:
  • WS 2 Complex Collapsible Structures by Viktoria Sandor and Matthew Tam (Karamba 3D). During this workshop, participants familiar with parametric design thinking will design and classify small-scale spatial elements by aggregating and optimizing a basic rigid foldable tubular module. More info.
  • WS 5 Collaborative Choreographies by Jan Philipp Drude (University of Hanover) and Andrea Rossi (University of Kassel). The workshop's overall goal is to openly discuss the possibilities of collaborative design scenarios in architecture, as well as practically play them out within a VR design ecosystem. More info.
Register for the AAG 2020

 
 
 

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