The article deals with the creation of a parametric facade by writing an algorithm based on attractor modeling methods. The article analyzes various options for extracting facade solutions based on world and domestic design experience. In addition, the article describes in detail the general algorithm for creating a parametric facade using the Rhinoceros program and the Grasshopper component environment. Architecture combined with modern digital technologies can provide an opportunity for the emergence of a new type of architectural thinking both in the context of shaping and in the context of design. Today, the architectural world is constantly replenished with new innovative tools and the design methods generated by them, but until now there was no clear classification and structuring of emerging opportunities. At the early stages of the emergence of digital methods, it is important to create a hierarchy of all tools and understand which one is suitable for certain tasks, create a base of experiments and results based on the latest methods. This approach finds its relevance in modern methods of architectural design, as it provides an alternative choice of options and a high speed of automated modeling.
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