This 2-day program will set the foundation for learning and understanding the workflow to properly develop, document, and communicate architectural experimentations through digital representation. The objectives will be to explore the creation of form, color, and graphics to technically and visually communicate project designs and ideas.
The development of software used in digital design is changing rapidly. This workshop includes cutting edge tools that increase your ability to produce work that reflects architectural ideas and individual expression.
As a design tool, Rhino can create, edit, analyze and document curves, surfaces, and solids. On the first day of the workshop, you will be familiarized with the interface and basic commands in Rhino. We will then learn how to edit curves and create specific 3D objects focusing on the combinations of how these objects intersect one another and how they may be arranged. The goal of the exercise will be to develop a series of carved objects with applied graphics to the exterior surface.
Workshop topics will include:
Rhino and Illustrator Interface
3D Modeling Operations
Workflow within Illustrator and Rhino
Monday: 10am - 2pm
Tuesday: 10am - 2pm
Laptop - PC or Mac
Rhino 5 or 6
All tutorials are beginner level and no previous software experience is required.
Student Rate: $150
This is a 2-hour tutorial session that provides a quick overview of the user interface and basic commands in Rhino.
JANUARY 3, 2020 11am-1pm
JANUARY 4, 2020 4pm-6pm
JANUARY 5, 2020 11am-1pm