Gozour Workshops

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Gozour Calligraphy by Proximity and attraction.

gozour - algorithms

An algorithm is an effective method expressed as a finite list of well-defined instructions for calculating a function. In a simple way, it’s a step-by-step procedure calculations.

Forms in nature come out of integrated systems that, usually, can be described as algorithms and procedures. geometrical formations in the nature or even in our imagination can be simulated as a step by step procedure.

The new model of architecture is strongly involved in describing architecture as a system rather that a standing alone product, or just a space that satisfies certain needs. that’s why we in Gozour propose a program as an attempt to re-read architecture as a system that has the potentials of growth, evolution, and metabolism.

Download the Grasshopper Definition:
GOZOUR – Proximity – Calligraphy.gh


2 comments on “Gozour Calligraphy by Proximity and attraction.

  1. Moataz
    February 5, 2013

    it gives me this problem when opening the definition:
    “Object reference not set to an instance of an object.”
    Does this got anything to do with me working in grasshopper version 0.8.0066? thanks.

  2. L
    February 27, 2013

    Hi everyone!
    I’m really interested in learning scripting for rhino/grasshopper. So I started studying cool webs like yours.
    As I’m a newbie, I thought I that I could download the definition and just open it in grasshopper. But nothing happens.
    Might know what could be the problem?
    Thanks a lot!

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