# Hexagonal Building

In this Grasshopper example file, you will learn how to model a parametric building using hexagonal cells, where the number of levels are controlled by a point attractor.

In this Grasshopper example file, you will learn how to model a parametric building using hexagonal cells, where the number of levels are controlled by a point attractor.

In this Grasshopper example file, you will learn how to use a single point attractor to deform a series of diamond panles on a nurbs surface.

In this Grasshopper example file, you will learn how to create a series of sub-panels within a diagonal panel by moving a set of points along the edges and intersecting them.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, you will learn how to create a differential growth pattern on a facade by defining closed curves for the boundary, windows, and the starting curve.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, you will learn how to create a mesh by defining a boundary and a series of opening curves.

In this Grasshopper tutorial, you will learn how to planarize a mesh using the Kangaroo plugin, analyze the structure using Millipede, and display the details in a rectangular grid.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, you can learn how to collide a mesh with a solid and the ground to model a cloth simulation.

In this Grasshopper example file you can circle pack by shrinking a boundary using the Kangaroo plugin.

In this Rhino Grasshopper Kangaroo Example file you can design a parametric building by grabbing the base roof in Rhino and deforming it.

In this Rhino Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, you can learn how to model a relaxed mesh by defining two curves.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file, you can design a parametric shell between two curves by incorporating wind force into the Kangaroo simulation.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, you’ll learn how to model a parametric wall art using just two curves. Additionally, you can utilize the Kangaroo plugin to inflate the base surface for added depth and dimension.

In this Grasshopper example file, you can deform a mesh by applying a force similar to gravity while restricting vertex movement in the X and Y directions.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, you can design a parametric minimal surface by simply defining a series of curves using the Kangaroo plugin.

In this Grasshopper example file, you can simulate the collision between a series of spheres with a solid mesh or Brep using the Kangaroo plugin.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, you’ll discover how to relax a mesh over a series of lofted solids to construct a parametric roof.

In this Grasshopper tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the Rigid Body Goal to simulate collisions between solids and bring them down along a specified plane.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Sphere Collide component from the Kangaroo Plugin.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file you can design a parametric earring using the circle packing technique.

In this Grasshopper Tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Sphere collide component to generate evenly distributed holes on a NURBS surface.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file, you can circle pack a mesh using the “TangentIncircles” component.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, you can discover how to simulate the flow of a series of particles on a solid and then convert it into a mesh.

In this Grasshopper tutorial, you can learn how to generate Perlin noise on a surface and convert it into a solid.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, we will model a parametric mesh pavilion by simply defining the top curve and the location and profile of the columns.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, we will learn how to model a parametric tower by defining two curves and then diagonalizing the mesh.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, we will learn how to create a mesh with controllable anchor points and n-gon polygons.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, we will use an algorithm based on a closed polyline and curve inner boundaries to model a parametric structure.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial, we will use the EdgeLengths component to design a simple tensile structure.

In this Grasshopper Kangaroo Millipede example file, you can simulate a rectangular concrete shell under pressure with openings.