suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
yuichiro ITAYAMA: As Fuller, Ito, and Aranda/Lasch did, I started by creating honeycomb geometry. Developing the geometry through the software Rhino and Grasshopper. I began with not to just make regular honeycomb, but to create a random hexagon field that would grow in specific directions. Then, I began to develop the honeycomb pattern as a 3D model using a Grasshopper plug-in called GeometryGym. I started with two simple lines and by dividing those lines I could connect separate curves to the original lines. I then used GeometryGym to fill in the space with polyhedrons.