WF workshops are part of the Spontaneous Schooling Exhibition in London

16 06 2010

6 workshops conducted to date by Workshops Factory in Poland and in USA will be featured on Spontaneous Schooling Exhibition in London. The exhibition is curated by Nous gallery as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2010.

Thanks to the courtesy of Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology the exhibition will feature 3d printed models of students’ works from our very fist workshop, wf_091 conducted at the WAPW in Warsaw. Below are some photos of the models currently travelling to London.

The exhibition opens Friday 18 of June 2010 at 6pm.

The venue is: 3.01 Tea Building, 5 – 13 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6JJ.

Photos: courtesy of Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology.





2D pattern

15 06 2010

This is one of the patterns I designed when I was working for Gage/Clemencau Architects. The idea was to achieve the impression of a three dimensional image on a 2D surface. See more pictures at thispointon

The fabricated part of the pattern.





WF at an Nous gallery exhibition on London Festival of Architecture 2010

24 04 2010

The workshops conducted by Workshops Factory to date will be featured on an exhibition by Nous gallery organized as a part of the London Festival of Architecture 2010. The exhibition aims at presenting a variety of computational design workshops which took place in the last couple of years and the key question is how can workshops contribute to the architectural teaching and the emerging discipline of computational design. The exhibition will open in London’s Shoreditch in June. More info will follow soon.





WF_095

10 02 2010

In a 3rd and a 4th class we taught a method of subdividing surfaces, adding an attractor and creating a gradient depending on a derived distance parameter. Students completed given exercises in subdivision and paneling. During the last class we presented a method which enables one to import external parameters from excel presenting the possibility of program interaction.





WF_095

10 02 2010

In November we instructed our second rhinoscripting seminar in New York. During the first class we gave an introduction to VB syntax, loops and conditional statements establishing a foundation for the seminar. During the second class we worked with vectors, teaching students to use the rhino.OrinetObject() method, populating surfaces with modeled and deformable elements.





2d voronoi pattern

29 01 2010

This voronoi pattern was generated using Rhinoscript.  The first script distributes points according to an attractor  then moves these points with the mathematical equation. In this script I was focused on simulating a movement of  water which could be transformed into a 2d pattern.  The second script  generates a 2d voronoi.

Project at  Gage/Clemenceau Architects





Fluid Surface

13 12 2009

Here is a short research project representing water flow. These surfaces were created by puling UV points proportional to a distance from an attractor. This results in a deformation resembling water.