Tag Archive: Negative

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe – Case Study 01 – Part 01 – Setting up the Plan

This is the first in what I hope to be a longer series of Case Studies, where I want to look at well-known landscape design projects that include parametric thinking, and to try… Continue reading

Drawing Linear Networks – Example 20.4

Getting a linear network into 3 Dimensions can be very easy, depending on what your expectations are, but like every problem, starts to present problems the further you get into it. In this… Continue reading

A simple model of a Natural Process – Example 5.4

One of the things I’ll mention a lot in this blog is that complex geometry and form usually comes from pretty simple rules, with an element of controlled “randomness” applied. This example might… Continue reading

Randomized Vectors – Example 6.4

If you’ve stuck with the examples this far, this one should prove pretty easy. I am showing it here for a bit more practice with vectors and data structuring, but this will serve… Continue reading

Simple Vector Field – Example 6.1

This example serves as an introduction to the concept of Vectors and Vector Fields. Working with Vectors can be initially a bit difficult to grasp, but it is fundamental to creating many types… Continue reading

Parquet Deformations – Example 3.4

Sometimes working on a script in Grasshopper feels like you are wiring a bomb, and if you make one wrong move…BOOM! While this one probably won’t crash your computer, it will get your… Continue reading

Image Sampler – Example 2.5

I wasn’t sure where the best place to introduce the image mapper since it doesn’t go along with attractors too well, but I did it here because I wanted to do a case… Continue reading

Jittery Rectangles – Example 1.3

This third example uses the concept of movement to move an initial group of same sized rectangles in a random x and/or y direction. Step One – Setup a grid of points. This… Continue reading