Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Rhino 6 für Architekten - Wien

22-23 Feb 2019
Technische Universität Wien 
Seminarraum BA 10B, BA im 10 OG., Getreidemarkt 9, 1060 Wien

Getting the Most Out of Rhino 6 in Architectural Design

This 2-day workshop will cover intermediate level concepts for architects. We will start with a basic refresher before moving on to various levels of modeling – from massing and concept modeling to freeform modeling and model evaluation tools. In the refresher, we will cover the basics including using construction planes, snaps, and other modeling constraints to speed up your workflow. We will also discuss Object and Viewport properties to help you navigate around your model. The modeling section will be taught using short case studies to help reinforce the concepts.

We will also give an overview of Rhino 6’s Paneling Tools plugin, using the robust 2D documentation tools, and tools for setting up your model for basic presentations. A basic overview of Rhino integration into BIM software such as Revit and ARCHICAD will also be shown. 

This workshop assumes that you have a basic working knowledge of Rhino, but the content can be adjusted based on your skill level. After registration, we will send out a questionnaire to attendees and adjust the workshop content to fit the group. 

The workshop will be taught in English and German, as the majority of the Rhino documentation publicly available is in English. We recommend considering this fact when searching for help online.

Jason Bergeron will lead this workshop. He is an American architect and architectural visualizer living and working in Vienna. Jason has been using Rhino since 2006 for the production of architectural models both in architecture offices as well as in his own visualization practice. He is a co-founder of the annual d2 Conference here in Vienna, which focuses on architectural visualization. He has worked in the architecture offices of Boris Podrecca, Gustav Peichl, and Christoph Lechner. More recently, he worked both on his own and for the acclaimed Parisian studio Luxigon in the area of architectural visualization. In all cases, he used Rhino for modeling production.


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