Gradient of colours obtained by selecting centre of rhombi as parameter because we are thinking that for our final composition we shall develop a simlar gradient from floor to ceiling (y-axis).
We subsequently exported the baked surfaces in autocad to add the pattern of cuts.
It consists in a division of each side of the rhombi in 4, 5 or 6 segments. Where the segments intersect we are going to create a V-shaped cut:
Finally, we exported the rhombi with the patterns in Rhino and attempted to carry out the simulation of the elastic potential of the surfaces in Grasshopper.
We encountered a problem: the pattern of cuts consists of V-shaped polylines on the surface of the rhombi, thus it isn’t actually a cut/hole in the surface. To attempt making it such, we tried to extrude the polylines and carry out a Boolean Difference, however it didn’t work.
Do you have any suggestions? Maybe the V-shaped lines can be read as cuts in the surface if a new parameter is inserted in the Grasshopper equation?