Monday, December 2, 2019

Parametric Modulations workshop in London - January 15-17, 2020

London (UK)
January 15-17, 2020

Parametric design in architecture history has defined many rules for current designers and future practitioners. One of the most prominent aspects of this style is geometry. There is nothing new about geometry and aesthetics forming the most prominent aspect of any style or era. In the long history of architecture, the language of any style is visually defined by geometry or shape, beyond the principles that define the core of the style. In parametric architecture, geometry has played and is continuing to play, an integral role in the style. And with this fairly young style, there are many strings of myths and false notions associated.

Organized by MaterialDriven, and led by Global Visiting School, an offshoot of rat[LAB] EDUCATION, this unique 3-day workshop provides a detailed insight into parametric design and the embedded logic behind it, through a series of design explorations using Rhinoceros and Grasshopper platforms, along with an understanding of data-driven design strategies. 

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