Introduction to Grasshopper and Generative Art
Igor Pantic


07.11, 14.11, 28.11, 5.12 2020
Recordings available here
(for CSM students only)

This intensive series of workshops will give an introduction to Grasshopper, a visual programming language running inside Rhino which allows architects, designers and artists to define algorithms without learning how to script. Grasshopper can be used for generating 3D geometry and in parametric design.

The sessions will cover key components, such as designing growth algorithms, producing differential curve growth and exploring functions of diffraction and diffusion.

Igor Pantic

Igor Pantic is an architect and computational designer based in London, where he leads his design/research practice. In his work, Igor explores the ways in which technology influences how we design, make and perceive our environment. His current interests are focused on generative design methodologies and research into material systems informed by algorithmic logic, exploring the connection between the advanced digital tools and both low-cost and robotic fabrication techniques. Igor is a Teaching Fellow at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL in London, where he is teaching at B-Pro Architectural Design (AD) program. He has lectured and taught computational design workshops and seminars internationally, and has previously co-directed the AA Visiting School in Vienna. His previous work experience includes 7 years at Zaha Hadid Architects, during which he worked on a large number of high-profile projects.
Four 3h Workshops

Saturday 7th November
Saturday 14th November
Saturday 28th November
Saturday 5th December

2:00pm-5:00pm GMT

Essential: familiarity with Rhino basics

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