### Latest Lessons & Example Files

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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

## Comments

## XPRO

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Imagen-de-WhatsApp-2023-09-24-a-las-17.32.43.jpgI need know if with Voronoize curse I can convert any solid (wich already have modeled in rhinoceros) in voronoi structure

I would need to have the same saved setup in grasshopper, to which I can reference different designs that I already have modeled in rhinoceros, and be able to apply the voronoid structure to them, being able to vary thicknesses, quantity and size of the polygons

It doesn’t help me if I can only apply it to a cube or only on a surface. I need to be able to apply it to solids of different shapes and in their entire volume, since it is to absorb impacts

I already installed Crystallon past time,… but I Cant find a quick way of reference a solid and transform it in voronoid. Could you tell me if in the video of curses of Voronoize you teach that?

I would like buy 3 the 150 usd option, but I would like get sure of learn how to do it

## rezae

Hi,

Thank you for contacting us, Sure you’ll learn how to do it I’ll also send you some links of our tutorials and examples that you can find useful.

At the end if you have any difficulty you can contact us or write your issue on support page.

https://parametrichouse.com/voronoi-table/

https://parametrichouse.com/voronoi-attractor/

https://parametrichouse.com/brep-voronoi/

Thank you,