Archive for May, 2010
Interactive Architecture is a monsters compendium of recent work; it is a catalog and survey of current trends. While it has the heft of a textbook, Interactive Architecture is a quick read. If you need a starting point (who doesn’t?), Interactive Architecture is a great one.
AIA Seattle is sponsoring a Grasshopper Tech Demo: Parametrics for Sustainability meeting. Part demo, part discussion, this event will feature two Seattle-based firms’ use of an increasingly popular design tool.
Date: May 25, 5:00-6:30 pm
Location: The Miller|Hull Partnership
LMN recently had the pleasure of presenting a session on customizing the MicroStation V8i task-based interface at Bentley Systems’ 2010 user conference, Be Together. This was a 1 hour presentation in which real-world examples of simple and advanced techniques for modifying task-based interfaces, including creating custom icons, tools, tasks, and named expressions, were presented. Other new features in V8i SELECTseries 1 were also covered, such as Main task customization, workflows and reference tasks.
Developing a patterned surface can be fairly simple when the surface you are working with is flat, but if you were to develop the same pattern from scratch on a […]
If you’ve played with Grasshopper then you know how much fun it can be to throw the sliders back and forth and watch your geometry change. What if you wanted […]