Posts Tagged ‘rhinoscript’


August 14, 2010

my current interest in straightforward modularity. i would like to push it towards more diversity in scale, so kind of recursion i suppose + some more sophisticated use of resulting symmetries. and then there is a very interesting question of using same shapes set but with material density as a variable. images above show assemblies of 4 different modules.  should we call it soft brutalism? (thx Reiner)


Hong Kong Porn

May 20, 2010

Recent collaboration with Steven Ma. We are an odd couple i have to say… 2nd prize… anyways:)

Competition results here.


team:Steven Ma (leading member), Wendy Fok, Dominik Strzelec


March 11, 2010

last year exercise. bar for crazy Angewandte parties that somehow don’t take place anymore. inspired/generated by autonomous agents trajectories.

with Sille Pihlak


fluid power.facade behavior

October 20, 2009

study of a changing facade pattern. building skin is meant to be its dynamic thermal mass [water-filled elastic containers].  process of thermal regulation [internal and external heat gains redistribution] becomes an important aspect of building form. would it be possible to generalize this approach?


fluid power

October 20, 2009

renderings: 70’s comeback+zbigniew oksiuta‘s madness+digital error study

photos: physical model studies – flexible, bending tower, tensegrity structure inside of a concrete shell, facade.


turkish delight

October 16, 2009

pushing rhinoscript towards almost ridiculous performance:

1.input geometry[maya-made shape] gets voxelised

2.decisions about program distribution are made

3.internal organization is created upon the voxel structure

4.output of the system is a model with adjustable level of saturation

with Julian Fors and Jan Gronkiewicz

published in AD Exuberance



October 16, 2009


voxelizing the fish

October 16, 2009

study of possible performances of a homogenous folded space. and then application: trying to inhabit the dinosaur-fish.

explanation of the procedure. shape-pointcloud-set operations-voxels-shape interpretation.

since voxelisation process is recursive in this case, there is an option to use oc-tree like addressing instead of sets.

i wouldn’t treat it to serious though…