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Dusan

Dusan Cvetkovic is a professional architect from Serbia with international experience in the filed. He has been a part of both architectural offices throughout Europe and has been working as a freelancer online in the field of architecture and design using Rhinoceros 3D. He's been teaching Rhino to thousands of people through How to Rhino community and various social media channels.

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Random Rotation and Extrusion of Normal Planes

By Dusan / February 3, 2020

Random Rotation and Extrusion of Normal PlanesThis grasshopper definition is all about having a controlled movement, rotation, and extrusion but at the same time being able to randomize others. By setting up domain parameters, we are able to keep some of the pieces from the original project, but at the same time, we have the […]

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Modeling York House with Tips and Tricks

By Dusan / February 3, 2020

Modeling York House with Tips And Tricks ​​Having the right modeling workflow in Rhino with precise tips and tricks is extremely important if you’re aiming to model fast and efficient. In this tutorial, we’re featuring the work of Alex Nerovnya and showcasing how to model the exterior of York house proposal. We’re using basic Rhino modeling […]

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Grasshopper to Revit with Rhino Inside

By Dusan / February 3, 2020

Grasshopper to Revit with Rhino Inside and Rhino 7​This is a short recap of Rhino Inside plugin for Revit which allows Revit and other apps to run Rhino and Grasshopper within Revit application. Keep in mind that this works only with Rhino 7 work in progress version. With this plugin, you can easily import and […]

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Parametric Wavy Structure

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Parametric Wavy Structures​Another shoutout to Nuru Karim and his project called Bookworm. In this example, we’re going through a process of creating this parametric wavy structure in Grasshopper which is, in fact, a bookshelf, hence the name Bookworm. First, we start by creating a single line, dividing it, extruding it vertically and then we start […]

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Multiple Attractor Points Facade

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Multiple Attractor Points Facade​Creating multiple attractor points for a facade in Grasshopper may seem like a complex task, so we tried to simplify it as much as possible in this tutorial where we’re recreating a parametric facade design done by Nuru Karim. The main idea is to create a grid of points that will be […]

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Graph Mapper Explained for Beginners

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Graph Mapper Explained for Beginners​In this Rhino Grasshopper tutorial, we will be explaining how to create complex rotations in Grasshopper by going step by step through the definition starting from scratch, so that beginners can understand the logic behind it. The definition consists of two parts, the outer fins and the inner core which is rotated. […]

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Ekko Pavilion from Scratch in Grasshopper

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Ekko Pavilion from Scratch in Grasshopper​We will be creating Ekko Pavilion from scratch in Grasshopper and explaining the process and logic behind this grasshopper definition. The concept behind this definition is the following. We will be creating a circle that will be divided by 200 vertical planes. Each one of these planes will contain a […]

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Sub D Component

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Sub D ComponentRhino Grasshopper Sub-D tools are currently available only in Rhino 7 WIP version. You can get access to these Sub-D components if you have Rhino 6 license and download Rhino 7 WIP version from this link https://www.rhino3d.com/download/rhin… In this tutorial, we’re going to go through basic manipulation of Sub-D component in both Rhino and […]

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Projecting Objects to Surface

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Projecting Objects to SurfaceThe topic of this tutorial will be the projection of any type of geometry onto a given surface which is not flat, but rather bent and curvy. With this Grasshopper script, we can find the lowest points of the geometry and project those points onto the surface. Then give the motion vector […]

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Creating surfaces from curves

By Dusan / December 24, 2019

Creating surfaces from curvesIn this Grasshopper tutorial, we are going to explore the ways to create a surface from two curves. The key here is to get the logic behind creating randomized curves so that our surface gets that wavy effect. We’re using points to randomize their movement in the x-direction and then create an […]

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