The shape grammar as a famous algorithmic design framework of all shapes is a powerful tool to explore recursive patterns and their derivation effects. However, with the complexity of parametric algorithms of shape representation, seldom computational tools are developed in practice. In this workshop, a computational tool based on Rhino will be used and a framework of shape grammar will be adapted for the exploration of endless recursion design artifacts and their symbiotic relations.
Andrew Li （associate professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology (KIT)）
Participants will learn to use rhino to develop visual algorithms for shape grammar, design and create a large number of custom object sets, and prototypes using 3D printing and laser cutting.
- Rhino (Windows version)
- Adobe Illustrator
- Knowledge of Rhino & Grasshopper
- Basic parametric knowledge
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