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Advanced Grasshopper and Plugins Workshop - Zaha Hadid

Advanced Grasshopper and Plugins Workshop - Zaha Hadid

Advanced Grasshopper and Plugins Workshop - Zaha Hadid
 Uplift your parametric knowledge this August and learn how to work smarter with Grasshopper, the intuitive plugin for Rhino 3D!
The objective of the workshop is to use the base of Grasshopper that were taught in the previous 2018 workshop to delve into the most popular plugins and better valued by users such as alapagos and Kangaroo. In two days, you will learn how to streamline your work and optimize the geometries and calculations that were impossible to be carried out without the use of these plugins, while explaining their general operation, advantages and features by a series of practical exercises as an example.
In this way, emphasis will be placed on concepts that are very present in the design and advanced engineering: topology, form-finding, structural optimization, FEM, fractals, loop, genetic and repetitive algorithms, etc.
Date: 21-August,& 22-August 20198
Timings: 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM | 02:00 pm - 05:00 PM
BIM-ME will offer two coffee breaks and one lunch break.
-Attractor driven patterns
-Galapagos evolutionary solver for design optimisation.
-Using Kangaroo physics
-Using Rhino attributes and metadata in GH
-Creating topological meshes with weaverbird
-Loop operations in GH
-Isosurfacing using millipede
-Intro to c# scripting in Gh
-Intro to Vray in Grasshopper
Check out our workshop's AGENDA for more information
Basic knowledge in Rhino and Grasshopper.
(BIM-ME will be providing a special preparatory session for the Grasshopper workshop for only 300 USD. Session will be of 20 hours every MWF from 6 PM till 9 PM starting July 29, 2019)

Jose Pareja Gomez
Jose Pareja Gomez. Born in Mexico City/1986: Bachelor in architecture by De La Salle University in Leon, Mexico and M.Arch in Architecture and Urbanism by the Architectural Association in London UK. He has been a lecturer on diverse technology and architectural forums in Latin America and Europe. His architectural work has been featured in art galleries such as the Maison Mais Non and the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Since joining Zaha Hadid Architects in 2013 he has worked on a series of Urban and Architectural projects specializing in the use of computation within the design development process. He is currently working as a Lead Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects as well as Senior VR Developer for the ZHVR Group, VR research and development group within ZHA.