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> We waited 10 years before organizing our first online training to give you the best learning experience ever. 10 years of research, projects, collaborations, consulting with leading companies and designers. 10 years of in-person training all over the world and 2 best selling books on parametric design<

WEBINAR EVENTS APRIL 2019

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webinar-grasshopper-arturo-tedeschi_data-treeMASTERING DATA TREE | WEBINAR intermediate level – English – tutor: Arturo Tedeschi
Grasshopper organizes data according to a tree structure where every branch and every branch-content have an index number. Selecting specific items and matching data streams is problematic if you don’t deeply understand how this structure works. The webinar will cover the logic of Grasshopper’s Data Tree through clear schemes and specific examples (e.g. Herzog & De Meuron Messe Basel facade). The webinar will be a fully interactive event hosted “live” and we will also record it to give to attendees the possibility to re-watch it later. A certificate of completion signed by Arturo Tedeschi will be sent to all students along with other contents and documentation. <                                                                                                        

Saturday, APRIL 13, 2019 – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm CET – 3 hours   register-now-arturo-tedeschi-2

         

webinar-grasshopper-arturo-tedeschi_python2GH PYTHON INTRODUCTION | WEBINAR intermediate level – English – tutor: Arturo Tedeschi
Even if Grasshopper can be considered itself as a programming language, when it comes to writing a code in Python many Grasshopper users just give up. Probably because they start learning the language from mounds of digital resources or studying the syntax out of a specific context. Conversely, this introduction session can be considered as a quick introduction to Python for Grasshopper starting from something which is already familiar to the grasshopper user, moving after to the main benefits that Python can give if integrated within a standard grasshopper algorithm. The webinar will be a fully interactive event hosted “live” and we will also record it to give to attendees the possibility to re-watch it later. A certificate of completion signed by Arturo Tedeschi will be sent to all students along with other contents and documentation. <

Sunday, APRIL 14, 2019 – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm CET – 3 hoursregister-now-arturo-tedeschi-332

 

PAST EVENTS

webinar-grasshopper-arturo-tedeschi_smallGRASSHOPPER INTRODUCTION | WEBINAR basic level in English – tutor: Arturo Tedeschi

The webinar will introduce attendees to the use of Grasshopper, exploring relations between creativity and control of complex geometries. The event is intended for students and professionals without any previous experience in algorithmic modelling. Main topics: User interface, logic, workflow, components, vectors, lists, data tree, morphing. The webinar will be a fully interactive event hosted “live”, but we will also record it to give to attendees the possibility to re-watch it later. A certificate of completion signed by Arturo Tedeschi will be sent to all students along with other contents and documentation. <

Sunday, JANUARY 13, 2019 – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm CET – 3 hours – NEW DATES SOON

 

webinar-grasshopper-arturo-tedeschi_small-3PATTERNS VIBE | WEBINAR intermediate level in English – tutor: Arturo Tedeschi

Patterns Vibe is a webinar intended for those who attended the Grasshopper Introduction webinar or for students and professionals with basic experience in Rhino and Grasshopper. The course will focus on the aesthetic of guided complexity and will cover topics such as meshes, SubD, tridimensional patterns, fading patterns, particle-spring simulation. The webinar will be a fully interactive event hosted “live”, but we will also record it to give to attendees the possibility to re-watch it later. A certificate of completion signed by Arturo Tedeschi will be sent to all students along with other contents and documentation. <

Sunday, JANUARY 20, 2019 – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm CET – 3 hours – NEW DATES SOON

 

webinar-grasshopper-arturo-tedeschi_small-4STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION | WEBINAR intermediate level in English – tutor: Arturo Tedeschi

Structural Optimization is a webinar intended for those who attended the Grasshopper Introduction webinar or for students and professionals with basic experience in Rhino and Grasshopper. The course will focus on the use of Millipede and Galapagos for FEM analysis and optimization. The webinar will be a fully interactive event hosted “live”, but we will also record it to give to attendees the possibility to re-watch it later. A certificate of completion signed by Arturo Tedeschi will be sent to all students along with other contents and documentation. <

Sunday, JANUARY 27, 2019 – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm CET – 3 hours – NEW DATES SOON

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Once registered you will receive a confirmation email. Two weeks before the event we will send to attendees an email with detailed information on “how to get ready” for the webinar (links, software to install, etc). For any request please send a mail to: webinar@arturotedeschi.com

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About the tutor:

arturo-tedeschi-designer-2Arturo Tedeschi (born 24 April 1979) is an Italian architect, computational designer and writer. He started his career in 2004, combining professional practice in Italy with a personal research on algorithms-aided design, focusing on relationships between architecture and emerging technologies. In 2010 he published Architettura Parametrica, a technical book on computational design translated into English as Parametric Architecture with Grasshopper. In the same year he worked at Zaha Hadid Architects in London. in 2011 he founds the office A>T starting an intense activity both as a designer and consultant for leading firms and industries (architecture, furniture, fashion, shoes, automotive). Among his projects: NU:S Installation at Chiostro Del Bramante (Roma, 2012), Parametric Shoes (Roma, 2012) a project that pushed the boundaries of 3D printing applied to fashion design, The CloudBridge (2013), Ilabo Shoes with Ross Lovegrove (Milano, 2015), In-Formation with Ross Lovegrove (Koln, 2017), Needle Watch (2017), Transmission at Victoria and Albert Museum with Ross Lovegrove (London, 2017), Fessura wall system (Milano, 2017), Alcantara Corner Lounges for Audi with Lovegrove and Colombo (Milano, 2017), Oyster Chair (Milano, 2018). In 2014 he published AAD Algorithms-Aided Design, the reference book on algorithmic modelling based on the Grasshopper platform. Other info >

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