In this Grasshopper example file you can use the field component to design a parametric 2D pattern.

In this grasshopper example file You can design a parametric Folding Roof by using the Lunchbox plugin.

In this grasshopper example file you can design a parametrc tenile installation by using the Kangaroo2 plugin.

in this grasshopper example file you can design a parametric sunshade and use the Kangaroo 2 Plugin to relax the meshes.

In this grasshopper example file You can model a parametric Roof by rotating a base pattern around an axis.

In this grasshopper example file you can create a space frame structure on a parametric Nurbs surface.

In this grasshopper example file you can generate the flow curves by moving a point on a Nurbs surface.

A Hamiltonian path is a path in an undirected or directed graph that visits each vertex exactly once. In this grasshopper example file you can use the GraphTheory Simulations from the LEAFVEIN Plug-in to create a Hamiltonian Path with Platonic Solids.

In this Grasshopper example file you can use the Anemone plugin combined with Pufferfish to model a rotating parametric polygonal pattern.

In this grasshopper example file you can generate a parametric mesh field by using the weaverbird plugin and defining an attractor point.

In this grasshopper example file You can use the Lunchbox plugin to model a parametric Space frame structure for a roof.

In this grasshopper example file You can model a parametric arc and convert it into a space frame structure and control the division.

In this grasshopper example file You can extract the iso-curves of a parametric surface and then convert it to a mesh. Finally you can use the Mesh+ Plug-in to give it some patterns.

In this Grasshopper example file You can use the native Grasshopper components to generate a series of Spirals and use the lunchbox plugin for the final pattern.

In this grasshopper example file you can convert an Arc-like structure into a series of parametric rods & plates.

In this grasshopper example file you can create a 3d weave pattern on a base Nurbs surface.

In this grasshopper example file You can use the lunchbox plugin to generate Hexagonal cells on a base surface.

In this grasshopper example file you can create a Diamond/Hexagonal Pattern by generating the cells with timer.

In this grasshopper example file You can design a curved Parametric facade by deforming one side of the building.

In this grasshopper example file You can design a Parametric tower by rotating the panel faces along an axis and using a point attractor .

In this grasshopper example file You can cover a base surface with panels with intersecting arc patterns.

In this grasshopper example file You can design a parametric facade base on wave like base surface and then convert it into a series of countoured curves and the boundary curve for windows.

In this grasshopper example file You can model a parametric facade with a series of panles which respond to a point attractor or a curve attractor.

In this grasshopper example file You can model a parametric random wave-like facade by using the graph mapper component.

In this grasshopper example file you can use the Anemone plugin to model a parametric rotating 3d pattern.

In this grasshopper example file you can create parametric tower covered by a hexagonal structure pattern using the Lunchbox plugin.

In this grasshopper example file You can use the Anemone Plugin for paneling a Nurbs surface.

In this Grasshopper example file you can model a parametric Enneper surface by using the Lunchbox Plugin and extracting the Iso-curves.

In this grasshopper example file, you can deform a base surface by twisting it and creating a series of panels by using the lunchbox Plugin.

In this grasshopper example file, you can deform a mesh by moving its vertices in their normal direction and based on a Gaussian distribution.

In this grasshopper example file, You can model a parametric truss by using the kangaroo physics plugin.

In this grasshopper example file you can deform a cylinder and create a parametric quadrangular pattern on the surface.

In this grasshopper example file you can use the agent-based modeling plug-in "culebra" to run a flocking simulation and create a floor lamp.

In this grasshopper example file, you can create a series of kinetic triangular panels that move by a parametric noise.

In this grasshopper example file using the kangaroo2 plugin you can simulate the tensile surface based on an enneper surface.

In this grasshopper example file, you can use the fox plugin to define an aggregation for a parametric octahedron.

In this grasshopper example file, you can stellate the faces of a mesh by using the colour of an image.

In this grasshopper example file you can model a parametric fractal form by using anemone and lunchbox plugins.

In this grasshopper example file by panelizing a surface you can morph any given module inside it by using the "morph to twistedbox" component from pufferfish.

In this grasshopper example file you can generate a recursive pyramid model using the anemone plugin.

In this grasshopper definition you can divide a surface into self-similar cells and then create frames around them based on an attractor.

In this grasshopper example file we have used the Kangaroo plugin to deform a mesh and then combine the mesh+ plugin with weaverbird to model the final smooth mesh.

In this Grasshopper definition you can model a rotating series of curves extracted from a torus.

In this grasshopper definition, you can create voxels from a brep or a surface based on octree structure.

In this grasshopper definition we have used the Boid plugin and Nursery plugin combined to simulate sliding of a series of particles on a surface.

In this grasshopper definition we have used a mesh to create a force field using the Nursery plugin.

In this grasshopper definition by using the Pinch&Spread component you can add bubble-like form to a mesh and change the form of a torus.

In this grasshopper definition by training a neural network using boundary curves (representing a function in an urban scale) you can use it to recognize the function of any given closed curve.

In this grasshopper definition by modeling two series of parametric curves and then using the Lunchbox plugin you can model a parametric truss.

In this grasshopper definition you can create a parametric catenary dome by using Lunchbox plugin.

In this grasshopper definition by using the Parakeet's pattern genotype inside an hexagon, you can model a parametric pattern model.

In this grasshopper definition, you can create noise on any surface by using the Tundra plugin. For example we have used the Mobius surface component by Lunchbox plugin.

In this definition you can use the Lunchbox plugin to extract data from an Excel file. Then by using a technique for data management and Lunchbox Chart View you can visualize the data.

In this grasshopper definition by using an attractor point we will model a parametric twisting surface and then use Lunchbox or Pufferfish or Weaverbird to model a series of patterns on this base surface.

In this grasshopper definition a 2d pattern panel is created using the diamond panels of the Lunch box plug-in and different variants of the diamond panel is created using basic components to control thickness and shape.

In this definition by using the Lunchbox spaceframe component and the Parakeet's Truncate tool we can make a recrusive 3d pattern. You can change the Truncation distance to make the pattern grow or shrink and by changing the Iteration you can define the number of loops.

In this grasshopper definition you can generate several parakeet patterns through panelized surfaces using lunchbox and parakeet plugin.

In this Grasshopper Definition you can morph any geometry inside deformed cubic structure by using Pufferfish Plugin. The cubic structure is deformed by Enneper surface which is already made by Lunchbox plugin.

By using the Subdivide Triangle component of Lunchbox Pluging you can model a simple Sierpinski Triangle in Grasshopper3d. Basically, this component Subdivides a triangle into self-similar cells. First, you have to give a closed triangular curve or surface to subdivide then by defining four different Booleans you can control the divisions. The first one controls the center triangle and the rest control the 3 adjacent triangle areas.