Computational Environmental Design
International workshop on parametric and generative design environmental simulations
based for architecture and planning.
Workshop in Tallinn, 21-22-23 August 2013 (Target group: Professionals and Students)
Workshop in Tallinn, 28-29-30 August 2013 (Target group: ENEF Students)
Tutor: Vis. Ass. Prof. Francesco De Luca, Tallinn University of Technology
Main themes of the workshop:
The increasing availability and usability of tools for daylight and energy simulation into parametric and generative design software facilitates the integration of environmental factors into the design process from the very early stages, improving the efficiency of the design processes and the performance of the buildings, giving to the designer new methodologies of work to create environmentally-aware performative architectural and spatial design. The workshop will focus on the new methodologies of integration of daylight and energy simulations into architectural design processes by parametric and generative computational tools.
Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate tee 5, Building VI, room 304, Tallinn, Estonia
Rhinoceros 5 + Grasshopper + environmental analysis plug-ins (DIVA, Ladybug, Heliotrope)
For more information about the software visit: www.rhino3d.com, www.grasshopper3d.com
the workshop will be conducted on Tallinn University of Technology computer class with all the necessary software already installed. Information where to download the software prior of the workshop can be requested or will be given during the workshop. In case some students want to use their laptop, it will be confirmed few days in advance if possible and in case it’s mandatory that all the necessary software is already installed before the beginning of the workshop.
For more information please contact:
Liina Henning, TUT: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone +372 5254552
Francesco De Luca, TUT: email@example.com