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Parametric pattern for the exhibition booth of Alfa Romeo

Algorithmic Design has been extensively used for creating parametric patterns in the automotive industry. With the need to create distinction from conventional car design, concept car design for  Renault EOLAB Concept, Audi Aicon Concept, BMW vision next 100, have extensive use of algorithms with complex shapes and patterns. Parametric design applications can be found on car grilles, wheels and other details, as well as three-dimensional textures for interiors. Although inherent design logic with fading and repetition of elements is simple, it can not be easily achievable using conventional 3d modeling methods.

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Renault Eolab Concept- front detail

Parametric design applications can be found on car grilles, wheels and other details, as well as three-dimensional textures for interiors. Although inherent design logic with fading and repetition of elements is simple, it can not be easily achievable using conventional 3d modeling methods.

In order to highlight the elegance and novel design of their cars, DDC-make and Modelart Architects created a unique design solution. Design of the exhibition booth follows the fluid lines creating the illusion of motion. Similar to fading parametric patterns often used for concept car design details, fading diamond pattern is generated with different treatment of wall material. Gloss and reflection of 2D wall pattern is applied in accordance with car materials