# Polyine to Structure

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

# Lunchbox Diagrid+

In this Grasshopper tutorial, we will take a look at an algorithm which we have converted a NURBS surface into a multipipe mesh structure by using the Lunchbox plugin.

# Parametric Wall

In this short Grasshopper tutorial, we will examine an algorithm with which you can generate parametric wall sections by defining point attractors.

# Rotating Windows

In this Grasshopper script you can create a parametric facade by rotating a series of windows.

In this Grasshopper Example File, you can generate a platonic lamp shade by using the graphicstatics plugin.

# SubD TriRemesh

In this Grasshopper weaverbird example file, you can create a triangular mesh from a SubD surface and then give its borders some offset.

# Slipper Pattern

In this Grasshopper example file, you can use the Stripper plugin to design different patterns on a slipper.

# Bending-Active Structure

In this Grasshopper example file, you can design a Bending-Active structure using the Kangaroo plugin.

In this Grasshopper Example File, you can design a Parametric Building Inspired by the Divadlo Theatre by Helika Inc.

# Al Ibrahimi Tower

In this Grasshopper Example File, you can design a Parametric facade Inspired by the Al Ibrahimi Tower

in this grasshopper example file, you can design a diamond shape facade and change the size of the panels with Graphmapper. This project is inspired by the “Ginza Place ” of Klein Dytham architecture + TAISEI DESIGN Planners Architects & Engineers.

# Platonic 3D Nodes

In this grasshopper example file, you can model a Parametric Platonic space frame strcuture using 3D printed nodes.

In this grasshopper example file, you can create a parametric facade by Extruding and Rotating a series of cubes.

# 3D Printing Connection

In this grasshopper example file, you can model a 3D Printing node for connecting multiple elements with various angles.

# Parametric Enneper

In this grasshopper example file, you can extract 2 way stripes out of a parametric Enneper surface.

In this grasshopper example file, you can model a parametric facade with random cross lines by using the graph mapper component and the Dendro plugin.

# Kangaroo Polygonal Pavilion

In this grasshopper example file you can create a parametric polygonal pavilion by using the kangaroo 2 plugin.

# Lunchbox Weave Pavilion

in this grasshopper example file, you can use the LunchBox Plugin to model a parametric pavilion with weaving-like elements.

# Kangaroo Form Finding

in this grasshopper example file, you can Model an optimized form with Physical Form Finding Methods using the Kangaroo 2 plugin.

In this grasshopper example file you can create a parametric facade by modeling a parametric base module.

In this grasshopper example file you can simulate an inflated mesh with radial curves by using the Kangaroo2 plugin.

# Mesh+ Fractal

In this grasshopper example file You can use the Mesh+ plugin combined with Weaverbird to model a parametric fractal mesh.

# Polygonal Ramp

In this grasshopper example file you can create a polygonal based ramp by finding the solid intersection of polygonal extrusion and a spiral surface.

# Parametric Vault

In this grasshopper example file you can create a parametric vault by using the kangaroo2 plugin.

# Curly Spiral

In this grasshopper example file you can simulate a folding mechanism similar to the curling Spiral, designed by John Edmark.

# Recursive Paneling

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

# Mesh Fusion

In this grasshopper example file, you can connect a series of mesh faces to model a bridge-like connection between two meshes.

# Seaweed Simulation

In this grasshopper example file, You can use a simplex noise field to simulate the moving of a series of strips using the Kangaroo Plugin.

# Gaussian Random Translation

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

# Fibonacci Division

In this grasshopper example file, you can divide a mesh based on the fibonacci sequence and stellate each face relative to their area.

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