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    CATIA Leaf Chair

    Kimberly V.K.H. Nguyen
    Apr 10, '12 3:09 PM EST

    One of our tasks in the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (CBIP) Studio was to master CATIA, an advanced engineering/CAD/management/scripting application that has been used to manufacture jet planes.  

    The software is INCREDIBLE, and its possibilities for architectural applications seem endless...but it's not so easy to learn.  

    We started with something small and simple; the first assignment was to model a chair in CATIA and demonstrate its parametric properties. 

    Here is the chair I made earlier this semester: 

     

    Will (hopefully) find time to write more CBIP soon...



     
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This is a journal of my adventures at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) as I pursue my M.Arch degree. It includes images of my projects, classmates' work, some thoughts, and grad-student daily life.

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