Today I’m back in the Swiss town of Brugg, to give a talk about Generative Design to a group of Masters students at the FHNW.
(In case you don’t recognise the reference, the title of today’s post is a probably-overly-subtle nod to the Oscar-nominated, 2008 film “In Bruges”: Brugge is the Flemish name for Bruges, and I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that Brugg has a similar derivation in Swiss German.)
I first visited Brugg as we cycled along the Aare river last summer, and was invited back after presenting about Generative Design and Digital Twins at the other FHNW campus in Muttenz. Anyway, I’m very happy to be giving my first University lecture on Generative Design here, which I’m hoping will be a lot of fun.
To help the students avoid having to scribble down too many notes, here are the important links from today’s slide-deck:
- If interested in working with Revit, download it for free
- Download Dynamo 2.0.2
- Download Refinery from the Beta site
- Today’s sample is available at
A quick update, now that the event is over…
Wissam Wahbeh, who had invited me to present to his students, shared this picture of me in action: