Digital FabricationUnfolding of 3d models for lasercutting with Pepakura from Max Witkop
Max Witkop is a student and tutor for Digitales Entwerfen/Robolab WiSe 2018/2019. The video is in german language. Download Illustrator-file for export to lasercutter: Illustrator_Vorlage_Lasercutter
VisualisationTwinmotion: Re-imagining Great Architects by Jonathan Reeves
Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright Villay Savoye by Le Corbusier Making off Villay Savoye by Le Corbusier
VisualisationHow to create landscapes in twinmotion by Jonathan Reeves
This video was a chance to try out some of the amazing new workflows in Twinmotion 2018 for creating beautiful context and landscapes. It was all produced on a MacBook Pro (on a train trip back from Liverpool) just for fun! Jonathan Reeves is an award winning architect, author of Innovative Vectorworks BIM and professional […]
ModellingTipps & Tricks for DE1 excercise 2 by Max Witkop
Max Witkop is a student and tutor for Digitales Entwerfen/Robolab WiSe 2018/2019. The video is in german language.
VisualisationHow to setup your rendering in Rhino 6 (28min)
You should work with the realtime view port renderer “Raytrace” (Cycles) for best result if you have a computer with a fast graphic card and ideally support of CUDA rendering (NVIDIA). The basic settings of 1000 samples under “Rhino Options/Cycles/Samples” are much to high. Use 20 samples for working in the viewport and 100 samples […]
ModellingHow to draw terrain and topography in Rhino
Download Rhino 2d drafting symbol library for 2d site plans: link
ModellingHow to model a coffee mug with Gumball + Open Sub Division
This video is an introduction video for Rhino 6 with the focus: precise modeling with the Gumball.
Individual motion space @ Domotex 2018
Realization project in cooperation with Master, Bachelor and Robolab of Interior Architecture Mainz
New robolab for digital fabrication
Powered by Carl Zeiss
DE3 WS 2015/2016
CORNEA TI: interactive light & sound installation - Luminale 2014
2.Semester: "Waffle Structure" by Theresa Ott
Computational design changes the way we design and produce. But it can also change the way design looks like. “designstrategies.org” explores the impact of computational design on our environment and will teach you how to do it!
Computer think digital, people think analog. Computational design is based on digital design strategies, the way computer think. A good understanding and practise of these strategies will make the computer a better friend and helps you with your own design.
Digital fabrication methods such as 3d printing, CNC milling and laser cutting translate your computational design into reality and enable you to create a great variety of individual design solutions. But how does this work?
Welcome to ‘designstrategies.org’, a free learning and research platform for computational design in design and architecture!
Learn the principles of ‘Design Strategies’ for your projects!The learning sections are based on the teaching and research experience of “Digitales Entwerfen” at School of design Mainz, Germany. Software: mainly 3ds max, para 3d and Rhino.
For insights and inspiration - the blog area is a selection of external talks, projects and inspiration in the field of computational design.