Back in July, Erick Katzenstein presented at Diva Day, a daylighting simulation forum held at Thornton Tomasetti’s office in New York. The day hosted a wide range of great presentations from academics and professionals, all of which are now posted on Diva4Rhino’s website.
Our presentation is embedded below, which focuses on using daylighting in a parametric modeling process. Definitely check out some of the others here:
Introduction (C Reinhart, Solemma)
DIVA News (A Jakubiec, Solemma)
New Glare Study: DOT and Gund Hall (A Jakubiec, Solemma)
Applying tools for cross-practice collaboration (V Gooje, Thornton Tomasetti)
Daylight Simulation: Purpose and Path (S Bhave, Transsolar)
Data Driven Design: DIVA + Grasshopper Studies for Climate Responsive Evaluation and Optimization (E Glassman, WSP Built Ecology)
A New Look At Resiliency: Modeling Temperature Drift with Viper (Jessica Zofchak and Michael Esposito, Atelier Ten)
Iteration and Legibility with DIVA (E Katzenstein, LMN Architects)
Building Simulation (not) in the Studio (M Dölling, TU Berlin) (PDF)
Closing the Loop Z (Downey, CUNY)
Save Shaheen! An Academic Daylight Retrofit Project (H Samuelson, Harvard GSD)
The Lorax Project (C Reinhart, Solemma)
Many thanks to the developers of DIVA and to Thornton Tomasetti for hosting the event. We look forward to seeing future releases of DIVA!