This is part of the competition that I just finished, but it doesn’t figure too much in the submission, so I think I can share it early.
This was for offices in the passenger terminal. I had a short time to work and used very simple computational techniques which gave differentiation while also following structural and programmatic criteria.
They began as simple extruded shapes, which were given by passenger flows through the terminal which I will explain in a later post. I began by stretching them out to create a more dynamic starting point.
I broke this surface up into smaller triangular panels. This is an area that I would like to work on more, to get better control over how this subdivision works. If there is a grasshopper definition that does this let me know.
This final move was in reaction to the program of the offices to oversee the customs flow, as people move through the passport check. Thus the offices need to be more open on one side, while being opaque in the rear to allow for back office program.
The resulting spaces are unrefined and unfinished, but show what a couple of quick moves can produce. While they aren’t a central part of the project, they were a fun exercise, and maybe can be more fully developed in another context.