LI YU 581827 AIR SketchBook

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SKETCH BOOK

LI YU 2014

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Creating a space using lofting

First using loft in Grasshopper to create a spacethen use “bake” to change the different forms by using control point in Rhino. Thus a taxonomy of lofted surface has enerated.

Week 1 Lofting

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The results by using the command Populate 3D and Voronoi 3D.

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The results by using the com-mand Populate Geometry and Octree.

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Week 2 Strip Geometry

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Created from the command of 3 points arc, then lofting these curves.

Week 3 Patterning

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Created by extruding the arhs in x, y, z - plane.

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The results were used the command of scale and trim solid.

Week 4 Recursive Algorithms

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These forms were created by using the command array with different directions and parameters.

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Week 4 Recursive Algorithms

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Week 5 Patterning

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These forms were mainly created by using point charge, merge fields and field line, then bake it by changing the range(graph mapper), graph type and move it toward different vectors.

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Week 5 Patterning

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These are the results by inputing different images and use different geometries to cre-ate a imaged surface. The quality and sharp-ness of the skin can be modified by change the parameters of the divede surface and the radius of the geometry.

The 3D surface is made by using the com-mand loft.

Week 5 Patterning

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Based on the provided De Young Museum Grasshopper definition. These interesting 3D patterns are mainly lofted by 2 layers of 2D planes, the differences are achieved by inputting different images

and geometries, and changing the radiuses.

In addition, these patterns are formed by a series of individual parts, which could be easy for fabrication. They also celebrate the technique of pixela-tion, which is the main technique chosen for our formal experimentations.

Speculating on design potential

1. The different surface areas of the selected iterations can have the poten-tial to generate or create green energy.

2. The clustering of repeated forms have the potential to create artificial landscapes such as a earth mound. These landscapes can be use by visi-tors for recreation and exploration like walking through the Grand Canyon.

3. The tubular and conical shapes can be used as a surface structure to capture wind energy or solar energy.

Week 5 Patterning

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Week 6 Framing

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Week 6 Framing

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