Rhino Architecture course

Rhino Architecture course

Rhino Architecture (EN)

400,00

Classes: 3pm-7pm (GMT+2, Italy)
Total: 24 hours

This is a level 1 Rhino course to understand how to create architectural shapes using NURBS geometry.
The course is held by a certified McNeel Rhino trainer with more than 15 years of teaching experience.

Target: designers, architects, students and everyone who’s interested in learning how to use this powerful modeling tool.

No basic knowledge of Rhino required.
This is an online course, you will be working on your computer.
McNeel official diploma.
Max. participants: 5.

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Description

Classes: 3pm-7pm (GMT+2, Italy)
Total: 24 hours

This is a level 1 Rhino course to understand how to create architectural shapes using NURBS geometry.

Target: designers, architects, students and everyone who’s interested in learning how to use this powerful modeling tool.

No basic knowledge of Rhino required.

This is an online course, see details below.
Max. participants: 5.

Program

  • Setting up an architectural template
  • Working with curves
    • NURBS curve topology
    • Curves creation and editing
  • Working with surfaces
    • Surfaces creation and editing
    • Digital terrain modeling
    • Typical workflows for architectural 3D modeling
  • Free-form surfaces and organic shapes
  • Rhino interoperability within the Architectural Design workflow

Target

Designers, architects, students and everyone who’s interested in learning how to use this powerful modeling tool.

Tutors

Giancarlo Di Marco
Author of the book Simplified Complexity - Method for advanced NURBS modeling with Rhino.
Specialist in 3D Digital Design and Fabrication and Design Education.
Together with Confindustria and CerForm, has worked with several companies as an innovator of processes and products.
Founder of ARTC.it, an italian professional services agency dedicated to architecture and design.
In Mexico, he founded Studio Giancarlo Di Marco, consulting, training and design services.
Speaker in international congresses, he is professor of digital design and fabrication at the University Centro de Diseño, Cine y Televisión in Mexico City and co-creator and researcher at the Affective Computing and Procedural Thinking National Lab in the same University.
Autodesk and McNeel certified instructor (ACT / ART).