# 2- Wavy Facade 2

In this Paracourse lesson, we are going to model a wavy facade in Grasshopper. First, we are going to model the strips and then by using the curve attractor technique and some data management tricks we will model the louvers.

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## Comments

## lylangie

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1.jpgHi there! I have a question on making wavy facade on a looped surface (like the attached image) instead of a plane surface.

Since the attractor attracts all points at one direction (say either x or y-axis), how can I define the closest points go to the closest points??

Thank you!

## parametric

Hi Angie

Please watch this tutorial for more info

https://parametrichouse.com/10-twisted-louver/

For the distance, you can use the Geodesic component to find the shortest path on the surface and use the curve’s length for your rotation but be aware it’s a slow process

## lylangie

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2.jpgtop view of my model attached