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Art installation for the Guadalupe River Trail in San Jose, CA. I did a bit of everything on this. 3d modeling, rendering, physical modeling, 3d structural modeling*, fabrication consulting. I used Grasshopper to help do a lot of the really incredibly tedious stuff, like making fully annotated drawings of every single arc segment of pipe (several 1,000).

*Structural modeling: It's more accurate to say that I assisted the very able structural engineer, Andrew Nasser, by doing some of the grunt work in Autodesk Robot and later making the structural drawings to his specifications.

Fabrication by Paramount Roll.

©2015 Greenmeme / Brian Howe and Freya Bardell

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