Michele Calvano is an architect, PhD in architectural representation (ssd ICAR/17), who specializes in mathematical modeling and parametric modeling. He writes articles on Reverse Modeling and on Manufacturing of the Shape, has been teaching at the University Sapienza of Rome in the Master’s of Science in Product Design program and has been teaching drawing at the University of Camerino. He also teaches at Quasar Design University on the topics of digital drawing with mathematical software. At the same institute he is the coordinator of the Master’s of Industrial Design and a tutor for ART McNeel for which he trains students in the use of Rhino. He works actively in training and publication at the Casa dell’Architettura di Latina. He was interviewed for the Novedge Blog in 2014.
One of our favorite things about Rhino, is the fact that it can be customized with hundreds of specialized plugin tools.
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