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In this Grasshopper 2.0 Example File, you can Design a Parametric stair with native G2 components
Biomimetic architecture is a multi-disciplinary scientific approach to sustainable design that goes beyond using nature as inspiration for aesthetics but rather deeply studying and applying construction principles that are found in natural environments and species.
In this grasshopper example, you can generate a parametric Canopy with random panels.
In this Grasshopper Example File,You can model a parametric facade inspired by the Capita Spring office building in Singarpore.
Voronoi diagrams were considered as early as1644 by René Descartes. They were also studied by Georgy Voronoi (1868-1908), the inventor of an original method of diagrams, who extended the investigation of Voronoi diagrams to higher dimensions.
In this Grasshopper Example File, you can use the Pufferfish plugin to generate a net pattern on a surface.
In this Grasshopper 2.0 Example File, you can Create a SubD Tube with different Divisions and Variable Sizes.
In this Grasshopper Example File, you can use the LunchBox plugin to model a Parametric wall.
In this Grasshopper Example File, You can create a parametric bench by using the Voronoi pattern.