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Chunking down step 1

Pier 55 park, Thomas Heatherwick By following previous lesson and steps that have been mentioned in the email, a rough top surface of model is created. Later on, I try to do more but faced several problems. The first one is about shapes by “voronoi”. In Pier 55 park, the shape is pentagon. However, itContinue reading “Chunking down step 1”

PIER 55 PARK

Architect: Thomas Heatherwick Time: completed in 2021 Location: New York, US Displacement In my opinion, the most important key is “displacement”. The entire volume is formed by repeated arrangement of a unit. Shape These 55 huge piers can be regarded as deforming from an orignal proto type. Because of extrusion, they become different forms eventually.Continue reading “PIER 55 PARK”

Elbphilharmonie

Location: Hamburg Architect: Herzog & de Meuron The glass structure on the top contrasts with the original old brick warehouse. It not only integrates with the port in appearance, but also creates a comfortable space inside. SHAPE Curves at the top of the building can be seemed as deformed from the original regular shape. TheContinue reading “Elbphilharmonie”

Parametric Design course by Gabriele Stancato Ph.D.. Politecnico di Milano-DigiSkills group 

Welcome!!! You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click the “New Post” button, and tell us why you’re here. Why do this? Because it gives new readers context. What are you about? WhyContinue reading “Parametric Design course by Gabriele Stancato Ph.D.. Politecnico di Milano-DigiSkills group ”


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