When it comes to mastering a programming language, it’s all about nailing the fundamentals and then diving into hands-on examples. That’s exactly what we’ve bundled together for you in our Grasshopper Course.

Here’s our simple 3-step method for a smooth Grasshopper journey:

  1. – Start with the ‘Basics’
  2. Move on to the more ‘Geometry’-focused themes.
  3. And when you’re ready, challenge yourself with the ‘Advanced’ topics.
  4.  Checkout the Extra section for mini Lessons & Tutorials

Happy learning!”

Latest Paracourse Content

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In this Grasshopper contour tutorial, we will learn how to extract a series of solids from a part of a mesh by defining the direction and length with a single line.

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In this Grasshopper Architecture Tutorial, we will model a parametric facade with a checkerboard pattern.

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In this Grasshopper short tutorial, we will learn how to split a solid into two parts by defining splitting heights.

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In this Grasshopper short tutorial we will analyze an algorithm which you can easily convert a series of curves into a mesh and then convert it into a series of stacking solids.

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In this Grasshopper script, you can design a parametric bench by defining the length factor, thickness, and depth of two opposite elements.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial file, you can create a bridge between two Brep faces by specifying a connection line and defining the connection rectangle.

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You can convert a series of planar closed curve boundaries into a Quad Remesh using this free Grasshopper Script.

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In this Grasshopper script, you can extend a 4-sided polygon and design a parametric building with parametric floors.

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In this Grasshopper Weaverbird example file, you can create a parametric dress by wrapping ngon meshes around an imported mesh of a body.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can design a parametric facade using curve attractors and a boundary curve defining the entrance.

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In this Grasshopper Architecture tutorial, we will model a parametric facade with vertical elements controlled either by random lengths or a NURBS curve.

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

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In this Grasshopper3D architecture example file, you can model a parametric tower by defining the external and internal curves or polylines of the building.

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In this Grasshopper example, you can connect the isocurves of a NURBS surface consecutively in different directions to create a zigzag pattern on the surface.

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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.

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In this grasshopper3d tutorial you can learn how to generate a parametric rectangular fractal art by using the anemone plugin and extract some useful data for fabrication.

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

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can generate a parametric spiral and control its radius, degree, and height with various graph mappers.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can design a parametric wall by defining point attractors and control the deformation with graph mappers.

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In this short Grasshopper tutorial, we will learn how to convert an image into a series of NURBS curves using the Image Sampler component.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, we will create a parametric shade for a series of rectangular windows and then analyze their shadow projection using the Ladybug plugin.

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In this Grasshopper 3D example file, you can divide a series of windows on a rectangular facade into two groups based on the location and radius of point attractors.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a fractal-based snowflake pattern on a 3D mesh by defining point attractors.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can convert a rectangular curve into a window with an inner frame. You can parametrically control the position of the vertical and horizontal parts of the frame.

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In this Grasshopper Ivy example file, you can utilize a series of point attractors for mesh segmentation.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a simple parametric concrete rebar and control the number, diameter, and spacing of the vertical and horizontal rebars.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, we will model a parametric louver facade from scratch using native Grasshopper components.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, we will model a parametric mesh using a series of point attractors and by utilizing graph mappers.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a barrel vault truss by defining the span, depth of the truss, and division number.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a series of rotating louvers within a rectangular boundary by defining the count and rotation angle.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can convert a polyline into a parametric stair and control the width and the height of the risers.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a parametric shelf by defining the base polyline and adjusting the scale, height, and other parameters.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, we will model a series of rotating triangles inside a boundary by using the field component.

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In this Grasshopper example file, you can model a series of hexagonal cells and control their scale and depth using either point attractors or a curve attractor.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners, we will model a 3D spaceframe structure on a NURBS surface by using the native Grasshopper components.

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In this Grasshopper tutorial, we will model a parametric cabinet from a group of polylines by defining the lengths of the partitions and corners.