Parametric Monkey reaches 100k views!
When starting Parametric Monkey, my aim was to accelerate computational literacy within architectural design. The genesis of this idea was simple. Over the course of my architectural career, I continued to come across technical issues when working with digital design tools. Parametric Monkey was created as a platform so that I could share this knowledge with others. I had no idea the impact it would have.
I am humbled and proud to announced that Parametric Money has now passed 100,000 views and 40,000 visitors from over 100 different countries. This is a major milestone for us and I would like to thank everyone involved for making it such a success.
As evidenced by the three most popular posts, Parametric Monkey focuses on the intersection of parametric design and BIM:
- Construction Communication – The outcomes of a BIM course I ran at Hong Kong University (HKU) where students were asked to encrypt and codify what are otherwise complex architectural effects into clear methods of construction.
- Rhino to Revit workflow – This is a list of best practice workflows to follow when generating Rhino massing for importation into Revit.
- Dynamo for GH users – A *PDF primer which contains tips and translations to help migrate your Grasshopper skills to Dynamo.
The most commented tutorial was Renumber Doors by Rooms which demonstrates how to automate the renumbering of Revit doors based on the room in which it is located using Dynamo. With now over 80 tutorials covering Revit, Rhino and numerous plug-ins, 2017 promises to be even bigger and better for Parametric Money.