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Jinsook Lee

Jinsook Lee

Jersey City, NJ, US

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Meta Tool: Grasshopper as a Meta Tool/ A prototyping and Experimentation

During the study, students ketp asking and being questioned:

Where do their tools come from? What do they want to do with the tool, and What does the tool want them to do? How do their tools change how they think? What new tools could they create?

 
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Status: School Project
My Role: Indivisual Work
Additional Credits: Dan Taeyoung (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University)

 
Seting: Make an interactive map with grasshopperon the table which is a tool of discusstion for urban growth boundary to protect valuable lands like farmlands, forests and conservation areas. My initial test area is the Hudson Valley in New York State.
Seting: Make an interactive map with grasshopperon the table which is a tool of discusstion for urban growth boundary to protect valuable lands like farmlands, forests and conservation areas. My initial test area is the Hudson Valley in New York State.
Play1: Put IDs (which represent satellite cities of rural area) on the table.
Play1: Put IDs (which represent satellite cities of rural area) on the table.
Definition1: Make the shortest path (which represents urban growth boundary.)
Definition1: Make the shortest path (which represents urban growth boundary.)
Play2: Put 3rd ID on the table.
Play2: Put 3rd ID on the table.
Definition2: The 3rd ID has a circle (which represents the city's catchment area), making a relationship with other IDs.
Definition2: The 3rd ID has a circle (which represents the city's catchment area), making a relationship with other IDs.
Play3: Put 4th ID on the table
Play3: Put 4th ID on the table
Definition3: Each circle of catchment area is merged with others within a certain distance defined in grasshopper.
Definition3: Each circle of catchment area is merged with others within a certain distance defined in grasshopper.
Play4: Move and Rotate IDs (which represent satellite cities)
Play4: Move and Rotate IDs (which represent satellite cities)