17th October 2014 Tutorials

Here are couple pictures from our last tutorials. DS10 is back with some exciting experiments, models and diagrams for Brief01:Systems. From Lorna’s spiralhedrons to Sarah’s pyritohedron, Maria’s stalagtites to Charlotte’s Jitterbug, Garis’ curved folding to Tobias’ Rheotomic surfaces, students are exploring the mathematical, natural or biological system of their choice, both with physical and digital parametric models.

Lorna Jackson's Spiralhedron

Lorna Jackson’s Spiralhedron

Lorna Jackson's Spiralhedron

Lorna Jackson’s Spiralhedron

Toby holding the curved Folding by Garis Iu

Toby holding the curved Folding by Garis Iu

Curved Folding by Garis Iu

Curved Folding by Garis Iu

Water, Speaker and Smart Phone, beautiful patterns by Toby Plunkett

Water, Speaker and Smart Phone, beautiful patterns by Toby Plunkett

Joe Leach's 3D Reciprocal Structures

Joe Leach’s 3D Reciprocal Structures

Mesh Recursive Sub-Division by Aslan Adnan

Mesh Recursive Sub-Division by Aslan Adnan

Sarah Stell's  Pyritohedrons

Sarah Stell’s Pyritohedrons

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maria vergopoulou’s stalagtites

Charlotte Yates Buckminster Fuller's Jitterbug

Charlotte Yates Buckminster Fuller’s Jitterbug

Bismuth Crystals Growth Analysis by John Leung

Bismuth Crystals Growth Analysis by John Leung

Cellular Automata model and diagram by Alex Berciu

Cellular Automata model and diagram by Alex Berciu

Rigid Miura-Ori Origami by John Konnings

Rigid Miura-Ori Origami by John Konnings

Inversive Geometry Diagrams by Tom Jelley

Inversive Geometry Diagrams by Tom Jelley

Recursive cube growth by Diana Raican

Recursive cube growth by Diana Raican

Sectionned Rheotomic Surfaces by Tobias Power

Sectionned Rheotomic Surfaces by Tobias Power

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