4.203 - Geometric Modeling | Prof. Takehiko Nagakura

This class taught the basics of computer modeling and digital imaging by assigning the analysis of one building by a significant architect. For this class, I chose the Gropius House in Lexington. The images presented include the Photoshop analytique and matrix (a throwback to 19th century Beaux-Arts building studies), an AutoCAD plan with 3D segment, an image of the five 3D printed models made for the final (using Stratasys, ZCorp, and Thermojet 3D printers and QuickSlice), and a 3DSMax rendering of the interior, sans ceiling.

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