Monday, January 16, 2017

Digital Wood - Master's Thesis Research Project by Viktoria Henriksson

Digital Wood - Design & fabrication of a full-scale exhibition structure in plywood
Team: Viktoria Henriksson, Emil Poulsen and Oscar Gillkvist
Viktoria Henriksson has been kind enough to share with us her Master's Thesis research project, for which Rhino and Grasshopper were used as the primary design tools.

"Plywood has many times before been used for temporary structures in architecture, mainly because of the relatively low cost and availability. Plywood is often seen as a perfectly flat sheet material, free from otherwise common properties of timber such as imperfections and grain direction. However, plywood is actually a diverse material with inherent dynamic properties associated with the tree it once came from. This is something that is rarely seen in contemporary plywood design but could be emphasized and more accessible through computational design and digital fabrication.

The research project “Digital Wood” investigates and utilizes the bending properties and dynamics of plywood through the use of computational design and digital fabrication. Through a design-by-research approach using full-scale experiments and digital tools, this project seeks to explore new perspectives of programming timber in the field of architecture and design.

In collaboration with industrial partners, a temporary structure was designed and built for the Wood and Technology exhibition in Gothenburg, Sweden to function as a gathering place and visual label for visitors, while exploring new unexpected ways of implementing wood.

3d-modelling in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper 3D played a major role both in the design process and the realization of the pavilion. Custom tools and scripts were developed and used for everything from generation of cutting patterns to automating the production of CNC files. With the use of modern technology and new treatment methods, “Digital Wood” pushes the boundaries for how conventional material can be used to unleash new creative potentials".


INpuls KICK OFF - March 11, Munich (Germany)

Sat, March 11, 2017
14:00 - 20:00
Vorhoelzer Forum
Arcisstraße 21
80333 Munich
INpuls, an interior architecture office based in Munich, has been organizing the second edition of INpuls KICK-OFF, a recruitment event in the form of a "speed dating" which will take place on March 11, during the Munich Creative Business Week.
This innovative platform, promoted by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology, gives young professionals - interior design students or young interior designers with less than  4 years of experience - a chance to present their works to experts from renowned agencies and receive direct feedback.

Rhinoceros will be one of the media sponsors for this event.
Registration deadline: 01.02.17

Friday, January 13, 2017

Rhino Visual Tips 5 - New Free Chapters!

Start practicing Rhino with the first 5 chapters from Rhino Visual Tips 5 that are online for free! These are the first 5 from the 18 chapters that Rhino Visual Tips 5 has to offer. To start practicing register at and visit this link.

We would like to take this opportunity to offer you a 25% additional discount on the purchase of Rhino Visual Tips 5 from our webpage, the coupon code is 25VT

If you need help or have any questions, please contact Lucia N. Miguel

* Note: Rhino Visual Tips 5 is a Download Only product (a USB drive is no longer available). You will receive an email with a link via WeTransfer so that you can download it once your Rhino Visual Tips 5 order has been processed. 

This offer will be valid only until April 28/2017.

Kine[SIS]tem International Conference + Summer School - June 19-30, Lisbon (Portugal)

Kine[SIS]tem International Conferece + Summer School
June 19-30, 2017
Lisbon (Portugal)

Kine[SIS]tem International Conferece + Summer School is an international event formed by two interrelated moments: Kine[SIS]tem - From Nature to Architectural Matter, International Conference and Kine[SIS]tem - Shading Systems Summer School.

Kine[SIS]tem - From Nature to Architectural Matter, International Conference
June 19-20, 2017
Lisbon (Portugal)

Kine[SiS]tem – From Kinesis + System. Kinesis is a non-linear movement or activity of an organism in response to a stimulus. A system is a set of interacting and interdependent agents forming a complex whole, delineated by its spatial and temporal boundaries, influenced by its environment.

How can architectural systems moderate the external environment to enhance comfort conditions in a simple, sustainable and smart way? This is the starting question for the Kine[SiS]tem’17 – From Nature to Architectural Matter International Conference.

For decades, architectural design was developed despite (and not with) the climate, based on mechanical heating and cooling. Today, the argument for net zero energy buildings needs very effective strategies to reduce energy requirements. The challenge ahead requires design processes that are built upon consolidated knowledge, make use of advanced technologies and are inspired by nature.

Keynote Speakers - Confirmed:

Manuel Kretzer
- Dr. Sc. ETH Zürich Architect and Advanced Materials Specialist. Visiting professor in Digital Crafting at the Braunschweig University of Art. Partner at responsive design studio,Cologne, Germany.
Bob Sheil - Architect, Director of The Bartlett School of Architecture, Professor in Architecture and Design through Production, and the School’s Director of Technology.
Alex Haw - Director of the award-winning UK art/architecture practice atmos.

We invite you to submit and present an original contribution for Kine[SIS]tem'17. All submissions are peer-reviewed and considered for selection by the Scientific Committee. All accepted full papers will be published.  Please observe the submission types and deadlines on the website.

Areas of Interest

• Nature fundamentals and geometry
• Biomimicry and biodigital architecture
• Parametric design, computational modeling and simulation
• Performance-based sustainable design
• Performative and responsive systems
• Digital fabrication


Kine[SIS]tem - Shading Systems Summer School
June 19-30, 2017
Lisbon (Portugal)

The Kine[SiS]tem’17 – Shading Systems Summer School will integrate master classes, design studios and prototyping workshops.

The Master classes will cover four themes: Sustainability, climate and solar radiation; Nature-based parametric patterns; Performance-based design; Digital fabrication.

The Design Studios will explore the use of Grasshopper, Ladybug and Diva as creative and technical tools, from simulation to prototyping 3D responsive architectural solutions.

The summer school is intended for students and professionals from different areas of knowledge – architecture, design, fine arts, engineering, and programming  – who are interested in the process of design: from ideation to prototyping.

Importante Dates

Call for extended abstracts announcement: December 16, 2016
Call for extended abstracts closure: February 6, 2017
Abstract Acceptance Notification: March 6, 2017
Full paper deadline: May 2, 2017
Conferences: June 19-20, 2017
Summer School: June 19-30, 2017



Thursday, January 12, 2017

Interior Architecture Program Project - Internatomy

Alphonso Peluso is the Director of Design Communication and Studio Associate Professor of Architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology and Adjunct Professor at Columbia College Chicago. His students, Alice Leong, Marianne Batocabe, Lorein Martinez have designed a project inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's human anatomy drawings using Rhino and RhinoCAM.

Project participants: Antwan Anderson, Emily Anderson, Marianne Batocabe, Angela Campos, Taylor Dillon, Bianca Guardiola, Angelica Hayman, Marya Kontogiannis, Alice Leong, Lorein Martinez, Thomas Monforti, Sergio Munozgonzalez Dina Partipilo, Margaret Plass, Tim Puccetti, Jill Reedy, Esbeidi Zavala, and Wenhan Zhang.

Check out the video of their fabrication process:

For more information please contact Alphonso Peluso. 

What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Now available: Orca3D Marine Simulation

DRS Technologies and their Orca3D marine design software have now partnered with Simerics, a leading supplier of CFD simulation software to several vertical industries.

Orca3D now links to CFD analysis software. This one solution enables Orca3D users to simulate the performance of marine vehicles using CFD.

By using CFD software, Orca3D can improve hull design, propeller design, and study phenomena such as the porpoising of planing hulls. Orca3D Marine Simulation provides accurate CFD simulations of a vessel's performance. There's no need to become a specialized CFD analyst to take advantage of Orca3D Marine Simulation. The time and the cost to perform CFD simulation for marine vehicle performance prediction and analysis is significantly reduced.

"Our collaboration with Orca3D has enabled the delivery of comprehensive and validated CFD functionality to end users at half the price of today's Marine CFD software," says Rich Moore, Vice President Business Development, Simerics, Inc. "With Orca3D we are bringing an entirely streamlined work flow to Marine CFD using templates with both marine domain and CFD domain in one affordable solution."

"We have added an easy-to-use interface function in Orca3D to prepare the model for analysis in Simerics' CFD application. This, combined with their powerful templates, provides a simple, yet powerful tool to address difficult marine CFD design questions," says Bruce Hays, Director of Orca3D development.

FABRICATE 2017 Conference - April 6–8, Stuttgart (Germany)

April 6–8, 2017
University of Stuttgart
Keplerstraße 17
70174 Stuttgart

FABRICATE is a triennial international peer reviewed conference with supporting publication on the theme of Digital Fabrication.

FABRICATE 2017 aims to instigate discussions on constructed projects and cutting-edge research in the context of computational design and digital fabrication between leading experts in academia and industry.

The event will be hosted by the Institute for Computational Design and Construction on April 6-8, 2017 at the University of Stuttgart.

Early Bird tickets available until January 11, 2017.
Rhino users can benefit from a special discount of 50€.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

DIVA Day 2017 - Mark your calendar

DIVA Day 2017! 

Mark your calendar for October 27-28, 2017, University of California Berkeley.

DIVA Day is an annual symposium to discuss the use of environmental analysis tools in design practice, research, and architectural education. The event will include a series of presentations and discussions focused on how DIVA and associated tools can be used in design and performance-evaluation work flow.

This year the Center for the Built Environment at the University of California Berkeley hosts this event. The event is on Friday, October 27th, plus training on October 28th.

CL3VER is hiring!

CL3VER is looking for a Software Engineer.

"Are you passionate about working in a vibrant and innovative startup environment? Want to join a game changer in 3D visualization & VR technologies? You could be our perfect match.
We're looking for an awesome software engineer to help us create the tools and content pipelines necessary to power our disruptive cloud based visualization platform.

This role works closely with a variety of disciplines including 3d rendering, backend engineering, app engineering and more!

Position Responsibilities:

• Design automation pipelines to manage a large, structured set of model data.
• Own the model importers and exporters.
• Design and implement user facing tools including metatagging tools, material editors, and more.
• Work with application and backend engineers to manage relationships between authored model data, backend data and rendering.
• Participate in agile development process (SCRUM).

Required Skills & Experience:

• High-level proficiency in C++/C#.
• Strong math skills.
• Strong team communication skills.
• Experience with game engines and/or rendering solutions.
• Experience with one or many 3d packages such as Maya, 3D Studio Max, Rhino, Revit, Sketchup, Solidworks, etc.
• Experience implementing and maintaining asset pipelines for interactive applications.


• Attractive compensation package.
• Opportunity to adopt flexible working hours.
• Excellent work-life balance. We value your free time and your need to refuel, relax and find inspiration
• Broad and diverse start-up ecosystem that provides much more than a job experience.
• Our office is located in Barcelona downtown!
• You can find all the coffee that you need to start the day.
• Work with people who love what they do."
If you are interested, please contact Daniel Iborra:

Monday, January 9, 2017

New tool from Proving Ground

Introducing the new Trello tools for builders...

Nate Miller of Proving Ground now has a simple and helpful application to keep your digital work organized. This first version is now available as Conductor 1.0.

Conductor 1.0 is a plug-in for Rhino 5 for architects, engineers, and builders. The premise of Conductor is simple: bring Trello's Kanban-style management system to where you work, inside the model. You can view your Trello boards, create cards, and manage project requirements from start to finish within the modeling environment.

And to kick off the New Year, Proving Ground has priced a single-user license of Conductor at $10 USD.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

RhinoCAM 2017 released

MecSoft has released RhinoCAM 2017, the newest version of their integrated CAM solution for Rhino 5 for Windows.

RhinoCAM is a Computer Aided Machining (CAM) plug-in for CNC that run completely inside of Rhino 5. This plug-in is a general purpose machining program, combining Rhino's freeform modeling with the machining capabilities of VisualCAM.

Some of the new features part of RhinoCAM 2017 are:
  • 2½-axis feature based milling and detection. Machining features such as 3-axis pockets, prismatic pockets, slots, planar faces, and bosses can now be detected on surfaces and meshes in solid models and toolpath methods applied to these features. This significantly simplifies and speeds up part programming in many prismatic parts.
  • 4-axis drive surface milling for true 4-axis milling. All three linear and one rotary axis can change simultaneously in this method (only in EXP configuration and above).
  • New 2½-axis slot milling operation for both single line cutting and trochoidal machining of slots.
  • The toolpath editor can now adjust feed rate slowdown in corners (only in the PRO configuration and above).

Two workshops by RhinoCenter Istanbul - January 28-29, Istanbul (Turkey)

Rhinocenter Istanbul will be running two workshops on January 28-29 (10:00 am - 6:00 pm) in Istanbul.

GHW – Parametric Design Camp
This workshop will cover Grasshopper interface and provide an intro to modeling techniques with Grasshopper. To complete the workshop successfully, participants should complete the 3D model they will be given.

RHW – 3D Modeling & Certification Camp
This workshop is available for those who already know the basics of Rhino, its interface and its commands. Participants will use their knowledge on modeling with Rhino to complete the designs they will be given. Those who will complete these tasks will get a certificate.

Following the “Rhinoceros Basics Video Series” provided by RhinoCenter will be enough for a basic knowledge of Rhino to attend the Certification Camp.

For questions and other inquiries, feel free to contact RhinoCenter by email ( or phone (+90 216 606 31 06).

Rhino and Orca3D training at NDAR - January 24-26, Antibes (France)

Rhino + Orca3D training
January 24-26, 2017
150 rue de Goa, 06600
Antibes (France)

A 3-day Rhino + Orca3D training will be held at NDAR offices in Antibes from 24 to 26 January 2017.

The instructor is Stéphane Dardel, naval architect. The course will be held in English, and other languages will be supported (French, Italian).

This course is for naval architects and ship and boat designers, with a good knowledge of Rhino. The training will cover:
  • Rhino 5 user interface and customization
  • Foundations of modelling and fairing techniques
  • Hull assistants
  • Background bitmaps
  • Surface creation and modification
  • Point control
  • Surface analysis
  • Hydrostatic calculations
  • Real-time hydrostatics
  • Stability with criteria verification
Course fees are 650€/day (lunch is included). Registration is on a first come first served basis, and places are limited. Advance payment of the fee is required to confirm registration.

Participants should have Rhino 5 latest service release and Orca3D latest release (v1.3) or WIP installed on their laptops.

For more information and registration, please check and contact

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Infographics and Multimedia for Architecture specialization course - ETSAM Madrid (Spain)

January 16-June 21, 2017
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, from 3:45 to 8:30 pm
ETSAM - Polytechnic University of Madrid

Miau X (Infographics for Architecture at Polytechnic University of Madrid) is the new edition of the specialization course in Infographics and Multimedia Project Design at ETSAM, Technical School of Architecture in Madrid.

Twenty-four lines of research will be developed to focus students' production on cutting-edge topics at the intersection of technology and design.

Miau is an official Instrumental Specialization Course for ideation and creative experimentation in architecture, from generation to representation: Project Generation + Computer Graphics + New Technologies + Production Lab.

This course covers advanced modeling with RhinoGrasshopper and VisualARQ, and other topics.

Contact: - - tel. 637462802

Monday, January 2, 2017

Correlated Intricacies V1.0 workshop - February 25-March 2, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Correlated Intricacies V1.0 workshop
February 25 - March 2 from 10:00 to 18:00
Union of the Architects, Krakra 11 str.
Sofia (Bulgaria)
The international workshop Correlated Intricacies V1.0 focuses on the development of complex architectural detailing with large variety of components comprising the whole process -- from concept through developed design and analysis to digital fabrication and preparation of working drawings. Details will be evaluated down to the point of screws, nails, joints, slots, weather stripping, etc.

Correlated Intricacies V1.0 begins with expanding the knowledge of existing examples of node based architectural systems and details currently used in architecture. Participants will be guided to develop skills of algorithmic design and computational strategies applicable for custom designed node intersection systems in the detailing of point and line connections.

The participants will learn how to model and modify different details of a system parametrically, depending on the shape and purpose of the structure. Participants will choose an existing detail system to study its components and assembly. Each team will develop their own system of details, based on the systems they have studied, using parametric tools and analysis. This detail will be built parametrically so that elements of the assembly can be modified variably while informing the other parts of the detail on how to adjust to these changes.

What you will learn
  • Introduction to Grasshopper and algorithmic geometry
  • Parametric modeling of complex geometries in Grasshopper and Rhinoceros 5
  • Deconstruction and evaluation of detail components
  • Modeling of parametrically linked systems
  • How to set up a part to part relationships with variables
  • Detail and system documentation methods
Georgi Kunchev / Bulgaria 
Martin Georgiev / Bulgaria  

Required software
Each participant should provide their own computer with the following software installed:

Late registration until January 25, 2017.


Algorithmic Accessories V2.0 workshop - February 16-19, Vienna (Austria)

February 16-19, 2017 from 10:00 to 18:00
Obere Amtshausgasse 49/2, 1050
Vienna (Austria)

Algorithmic Accessories V2.0 is a workshop that combines algorithmic methods for 3D modeling with the digital fabrication of jewelry.

The new emerging technologies in design and prototyping make mass customization of everyday objects more and more attractive. Parametric design is a powerful tool that allows users to become designers, and have some input on the variation of the product they wish to own. Combine this with the advantages of digital fabrication and 3D printing can and does make a revolution in many different areas of design, including fashion, where up till now the buyers have been given a pre-ordered choice only with very little to say when it comes to individual expression.

This workshop explores the new customization capabilities of jewelry through the process of parametric design and digital fabrication. The results can be not only visually attractive and unique products, but also a whole new design tool set for the individual that save great amounts of time for manufacturers and effort in creating once off and personally emotive pieces. The notion is to move away from the mass production, consumption, and waste of the past decades.

What you will learn
  • Introduction to Grasshopper and algorithmic geometry
  • Basics in creating accessories for wear on the human body
  • Creation and customization of complex geometries through parametric modeling and script writing
  • Fabrication tools
  • KeyShot
Eva Tucek / Austria
Radul Shiskov / Bulgaria

Required software
Each participant should provide their own computer with the following software installed:
Late registration until January 16, 2017.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Design Explorer, an evolving open source design tool

Are you baffled with the many iterations that Grasshopper provides? Which ones are the good ones? Let Design Explorer help. Design Explorer is an interface that lets you visualize and filter groups of iterations.

CORE studio has been working on their Design Explorer, this open source tool for exploring design spaces on the web, for over a year. Now they recently posted a few blog posts explaining is history, goals, and functions. They follow up with a few examples of how Thornton Tomasetti and others are using Design Explorer in practice.

The first post introduces Design Explorer. The second post concentrates on its history and highlights a few projects within the AEC technology community. The third post focuses on how the tool is currently is used in practice by architects, engineers, and designers. Check them out...

Post 1: Announcement
Post 2: Natural History
Post 3: Use Cases

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

New IrisVR Prospect plug-in

IrisVR is launching their new IrisVR prospect plug-in for Grasshopper.

Use this Grasshopper plug-in to launch IrisVR Prospect, visualize data, and review your parametric design in VR using the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive.

The plug-in can export surfaces, meshes and breps, apply a material and set a layer for each object. The materials can be read from the Rhino file in use or created from scratch using Grasshopper swatches and materials.

  • Data visualization: Use your favorite Grasshopper plug-ins to generate data, color your elements accordingly, and add a tag to each of them. The Prospect plug-in launches the VR viewer to review your data immersively.
  • Design options: Export different objects for a design area or export one object with multiple materials using layers. You can define which one shows by default in Prospect.
  • Preview of viewpoints: Use as many points as you want to define the location of your viewpoints. You can preview them in Rhino to make sure they are in the locations you want to review the design yourself or to show a client.

Monday, December 19, 2016

SYNTHESIS OF STRIP PATTERN workshop - Barcelona (Spain)

April 7-12, 2017
NODO, Carrer Almogavers 141
Barcelona, Spain

Noumena, in collaboration with NODO, has organized SYNTHESIS OF STRIP PATTERN, a workshop to explore computational design, material behavior, and fabrication strategies.

Stripe patterns in nature vary widely in scale, from the smallest molecules to skin pattern of plants and animals. These patterns can also be identified in the cell growth, which shows how their intensification in specified areas makes the surface transform and curl on itself. SYNTHESIS OF STRIP PATTERN explores the generation and the properties of such structures through parametric techniques using algorithms to create complex hyperbolic geometries.

SYNTHESIS OF STRIP PATTERN will be led by Djordje Stanojevic and Georgi Kazlachev for the first time together in Barcelona.

Note: This workshop is only for students or professionals with already consolidated computational skills. Knowledge of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper is mandatory.

Early-bird price available until February 20, 2017.


Open PhD Position at Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)

The Center for Geometry and Computational Design (TU Wien) offers a PhD position in the Doctoral College "Computational Design".

The Doctoral College Computational Design (DC:{CD}) at TU Wien, embedded in the Center for Geometry and Computational Design, is the first PhD program in Austria situated at the interface of several areas of excellence in research: Computer Graphics and Algorithms, Software Technology and Interactive Systems, Computer Aided Automation, Discrete Mathematics and Geometry, Architectural Sciences, Art and Design, History of Art, Building Archaeology and Restoration, Interdisciplinary Construction Process Management and Mechanics of Materials and Structures.

The prerequisite for becoming a PhD student in the DC is a completed master degree or equivalent (e.g., Dipl.-Ing., Dipl.-Inf.), preferably with distinction, in the following fields:

• Architecture
• Civil engineering/structural engineering
• Computer science/informatics
• Mathematics
• Mechanical or industrial engineering
• Physics

Submit your applications via email by January 11, 2017.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Parametric Engineering Course - starting in January 2017 at Imperial College London (UK)

Left Image: Tennis roof - The structural model of a Tennis stadium roof by Paul Jeffries.  A Grasshopper definition is used to generate complete analysis and BIM models.        
Right Image: The parametric workflow of the ArcelorMittal Orbit by Paul Jeffries. The diagrid geometry was produced algorithmically based on a guide curve and a few simple parameters. All Images © Arup.
Parametric Engineering
From January 19 to March 16, 2017
Every Thursday evening, 6.30-8.30 pm
Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus
London SW7 2AZ, UK

Simply Rhino UK has just opened applications for its Parametric Engineering course at Imperial College London, starting on Thursday January 19, 2017.

The Parametric Engineering course with Arup, Ramboll, and Simply Rhino at Imperial College attempts to show the benefits of parametric thinking in the field of Engineering.

This course is a nine-week, hands-on, evening class on the Grasshopper platform for Rhinoceros and its structural and physics simulation plug-ins (Karamba, Kangaroo) specifically for the practice of Engineering.

At the end of the course, you should be able to create entire parametric models such as a stadium or a bridge on Grasshopper and use plug-ins to create creative loops between the model and live feedback from simulations.

The course will be taught through practice and theory by award-winning structural engineers, architects, and software developers and will only be open to students and teachers (no commercial places available).

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Level 1 Rhino Course in San Francisco

February 24-26, 2017 (Friday-Sunday)
Arup | San Francisco
$695.00 per person

Join Maia Merav Holtzman, Authorized Rhino Trainer, for her upcoming Level 1 Rhino 5 for Windows course*. It will be at Arup's San Francisco office the weekend of February 24-26, 2017.

Course Objectives:
  • Understand the vocabulary of the Rhino interface
  • Understand the features of the Rhino interface
  • Customize your tools
  • Create basic objects
  • Model using coordinate input, object snaps and SmartTrack tools
  • Modify curves and surfaces with edit commands
  • Use control point editing to modify curves and surfaces
  • Analyze your model
  • Render your model

*Please note, to attend this class, you will need to bring a laptop with Rhino 5 for Windows installed.

Facades+ Miami - Symposium and Workshops

Don't miss Facades+ in Miami, January 26 & 27, 2017!

The Facades+ conference focuses on the design and performance of the next generation of facades. It provides proven insights on how to make your ideas become reality and brings together some of the world’s most productive building professionals and leading researchers from architecture, engineering, construction, fabrication, development, and education. They will share insights on how facades ideas come to life. Check out the agenda that includes opening keynote speaker Shohei Shigematsu from OMA, afternoon keynotes Z Smith and Jose Alvarez from Eskew+Dumez+Ripple!

Friday January 27 - Workshops

Join McNeel Miami's - RhinoFabStudio for a workshop in Data Drive Skins - Using Rhino's plug-in Grasshopper to build form generators by instructor Andres Gonzalez. 

For more information on the Workshop visit this link

Don't miss the opportunity of these Early Birds prices and to earn up to 16 AIA CEU credits! Register now!

Remember to join us at:

What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio™ (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.