Posts Tagged: parametric forms

internships!

I’m looking for two good interns to work with my team at Philips Lighting this upcoming spring.  Please share this with any students or professors who might fit the bill. The first position is for a graphic design student who

internships!

I’m looking for two good interns to work with my team at Philips Lighting this upcoming spring.  Please share this with any students or professors who might fit the bill. The first position is for a graphic design student who

casa puglia

Casa in Puglia — a beautiful Italian house project in Arch Daily by architect Peter Pichler Architects that makes use of patterns generated by parametric techniques. “Casa in Puglia / Peter Pichler Architects” 20 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=97484&gt;

casa puglia

Casa in Puglia — a beautiful Italian house project in Arch Daily by architect Peter Pichler Architects that makes use of patterns generated by parametric techniques. “Casa in Puglia / Peter Pichler Architects” 20 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=97484&gt;

y[our-s]ukkah

Wow!  What an image!  An incredible rendering found on a Behance.net project page by Jon Bailey.

y[our-s]ukkah

Wow!  What an image!  An incredible rendering found on a Behance.net project page by Jon Bailey.

paper chandeliers

Via Dezeen: An undulating canopy of cardboard tubes by American studio Cristina Parreño Architecture and students from MIT hovered over visitors at the ARCOMadrid art fair in Spain last month. Overall, it is a bit much for me, particularly at

paper chandeliers

Via Dezeen: An undulating canopy of cardboard tubes by American studio Cristina Parreño Architecture and students from MIT hovered over visitors at the ARCOMadrid art fair in Spain last month. Overall, it is a bit much for me, particularly at

cordoba contemporary art center

Via Dezeen, an interesting contemporary art center project  by Madrid architects Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos in Cordoba, Spain, with a beautiful illuminated facade. According to Dezeen: Hexagonal funnels stretch down from the roof to channel natural light into concentrated spaces. Meanwhile, tiny

cordoba contemporary art center

Via Dezeen, an interesting contemporary art center project  by Madrid architects Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos in Cordoba, Spain, with a beautiful illuminated facade. According to Dezeen: Hexagonal funnels stretch down from the roof to channel natural light into concentrated spaces. Meanwhile, tiny

e/b office

e/b office is the New York-based design collaboration of Yong Ju Lee and Brian Brush. They have some fantastic, cutting-edge parametric design projects, including a few with some very innovative lighting designs.  They also have an interesting blog with lots of

e/b office

e/b office is the New York-based design collaboration of Yong Ju Lee and Brian Brush. They have some fantastic, cutting-edge parametric design projects, including a few with some very innovative lighting designs.  They also have an interesting blog with lots of

parametric design sites

A nice, simple video to explain what how “parametric design” fundamentally works.  No narrative, just a simple example of adjusting parameters of a brick wall. And a couple links to interesting parametric modeling-focused sites: Rethinking Architecture Designreform Parametric Design

parametric design sites

A nice, simple video to explain what how “parametric design” fundamentally works.  No narrative, just a simple example of adjusting parameters of a brick wall. And a couple links to interesting parametric modeling-focused sites: Rethinking Architecture Designreform Parametric Design