Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Arup Journal

In Design, Digital, Resource on 01/23/2011 at 09:52

A great resource filled with technical and visual information relating building technology. In the current issue of Arup Journal there’s an article about the Denmark Pavilion Expo 2010 Shanghai. Read the rest of this entry »


Architect Magazine

In Design, Digital, Resource on 01/23/2011 at 09:31

Architect magazine can be viewed online, it is also available to download as a pdf. Once you’re in the magazine click under archive to view the 2010 issues.

TAC Technically Advanced Construction

In Construction, Design, Digital, Events, People, Resource, Rhino, Structures on 01/09/2011 at 22:56

Our friends from Co-de-iT along with Building Environment Science & Technology (Politecnico di Milano) have created a postgraduate course titled: TAC Technically Advanced Construction.

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Flying Architecture: December contest

In Blog, Design, Digital, Resource, Rhino, Vray on 01/09/2011 at 22:45










Flying Architecture has a contest to win a highly detailed Eames Lounge Chair. The deadline is January 15th, 2011. For contest details visit Flying Architecture.

Graphic Design Free Resources

In Blog, Design, Digital, Guides, Tutorial, Web on 04/23/2010 at 03:19

Graphic Design Free Resources offers free images, vectors, 3d objects, photoshop tools, tutorials, and templates.

How its done by the pros: Dance & Music Center in the Hague

In Blog, Design, Digital, Guides, Tutorial on 04/22/2010 at 21:43

The 16 finalists for the Dance and Music Center in the Hague have been announced. This is a good source to see what international firms are doing and also the way they layout boards, Read the rest of this entry »

Sending Curves from 3ds Max to Rhino

In 3DSMax, Design, Digital, Rhino, Tutorial, Video on 04/15/2010 at 16:52

Software: Autodesk 3dsMax, Rhino 3D

Description: In this 3ds Max/Rhino video we will  explore the workflow of  exporting/importing geometry in and out of 3ds Max and Rhino. We will begin by creating curves forming a helix in 3ds Max, export them to Rhino to create a panelized surface, then import that geometry back into 3ds Max to create parametric details. The goal of this exercise is to study the functionality of one software platform versus another, understanding what tools are useful in each program.

Topics Covered:

  • Creating curves forming a helix in 3ds Max
  • Importing curvature in Rhino from 3ds Max
  • Rebuilding curves to generate a panelized surface in Rhino
  • Importing panelized surface into 3ds Max and adding parametric detailing

via: Design Reform

Revit – Parametric Louver System

In Blog, Design, Digital, Revit, Tutorial, Web on 04/15/2010 at 16:39

Software: Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010

Description: In this Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 video tutorial, we will begin the construction of a parametric louver system. This louver system will be embedded in a curtain wall family by arraying generic model component family that is within a lined based family.  From there we’ll create shared parameters to drive the model from a schedule. This is the first of a series of videos that will explain the the process of creating parametric families within Revit.

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via: Design Reform

Vray for Rhino Settings *.visopt

In Blog, Design, Rhino, Vray on 04/14/2010 at 02:25

Flying Architecture provides a set of settings in .visopt format which can be loaded into Vray for Rhino. The setting can be downloaded from Flying Architecture website, to download them click on the image setting of your choice and should start downloading, save the file in a place where you can remember when it comes to load them into Vray. To load into Vray simply set Vray as your current rendering engine in Rhino, then open Vray options, click in the file menu and select load, find the settings to load, and that’s it on how to load the .visopt settings.

Flying Architecture Tutorial

In Blog, Design, Digital, Guides, People, Resource, Rhino, Tutorial on 04/14/2010 at 02:18

Flying Architecture previously published here, has a good tutorial that demonstrates an illustrated workflow in rhino. Within this workflow he discusses how to handle scenes. Its 5 step tutorial, but only 4 are available, the 5th tutorial is under development.

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