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R e v e rse Eng i neer i ng th e T e mp l e
S a gra d a F a m íl i a
RMIT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER 01, 2010 COURSE PAMPHLET
co urse a b s tr a ct
Students from a variety of areas including Architec-
ture & Design, Engineering and GIS are invited to do
this elective and gain experience using Terrestrial
Laser Scanners (TLS) and engineering grade 3D scan-
ners. This equipment provides a great method of ac-
curately capturing as-built data of a site in a detail
that provides an opportunity to refine the design
process.

However a large focus of this elective provides a


unique opportunity to be involved with the Temple
Sagrada Famila (TSF) and contribute to some mean-
ingful research on Gaudi’s work. Students will mea-
sure and CAD document Gaudi’s original contribu-
tions to the temple and provide insight into Gaudi’s
design methods. They will use data that was captured
last summer by a small team of RMIT staff and stu- Image: TSF summer school 2010 elective
dents who went to Barcelona to document Guadi’s participants
work on the TSF using TLS and engineering scanners.

Practically this is a technology based subject that


involves innovative modelling using Cyclone, Navis-
works, Geomagics, Autocad & Rhino (with specialised
plug-ins including pointools4rhino and rhinoresurf).
3D CAD experience preferred.

Image: TSF summer school 2010 elective


participants

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co nte nts
Ahmad Baik

Amhed Shaie

Christopher Armstrong

David Crisp

Mathew Whitehead

Michael Tian Ran Chen

Nick McCarthy

Shann Yong

Tapasya Arya

course leader: Brad Marmion

thanks to: Students from past electives that have


participated on this project, Professor
Mark Burry and to the Temple Sagrada
Família Technical office for the support &
privilege of working on the TSF.
P a ss i o n Fa ça d e T ower & M e s h i n g

Ahm a d Ba i k
Architecture, 1st year

In this project Ahmad learnt rhino whilst modelling


one of the towers on the Passion Fa ça d e.
Another project undertaken was to clean the point-
cloud and create a mesh contribute to creating the
mesh of the building.
P a ss i o n Fa ça d e T ower & M e s h i n g

Am he d S ha i e
Landscape Architecture, 1st year

Amhed was learning rhino by modelling a tower.


He also contributed a small amount to the pointcloud
cleaning process.
R e v e rse Eng i neer i ng S c a l e M o d e l s

Chris to p h e r A r m s t r o n g
Landscape Architecture, 3rd year

In this project Chris contributed a large amount of


work in reverse engineering original Gaudi scale mod-
els that were scanned whilst in Barcelona.
He developed an understanding of Geomagic and ad-
vanced specific work in Rhino.
Clea ni ng & M es hi ng Po i n t c l o u d

Dav i d Cri s p
GIS, Masters

David coordinated the project to clean the pointcloud


of unwanted noise in Cyclone, he lead other students
in cleaning utilizing layering techniques and export-
ing to create new pod files and a complex mesh of
the building, preparing for complex animations in
Navisworks.
R e v e rse Eng i neer i ng S c a l e M o d e l s

TERRESTRIAL SCANNING- MATT WHITEHEAD S3082647


Scale Models in Geomagics- Finding and remodelling the surface

Creating the Datum on the surface finding the contours on the surface Trimmed and untrimmed surfaces - ready to take the model into Remodelling in Rhino to create the surface
rhino

Quick Points:

Working on the East interior


different surfaces- scale models
Modeling the top facade and the windows and surrounding facade underneath
Working in Geomagics
Working with Geomagics to find surfaces on the scale models

Focusing on Geomagics and Rhino to get the scale models completed.

ast Interior
Rhino pont tools

Matt: Models completed in Geomagics

7_6

9_2, 9_4, 9_5, 9_7, 9_9, 9_10, 9_11

10_1, 10_3, 10_7

Mathe w W hi t eh e ad
Landscape Architecture, 2nd year

In this project Matt contributed a large amount of


work in reverse engineering original Gaudi scale mod-
els that were scanned whilst in Barcelona.
He developed an efficient use of Geomagic and ad-
vanced specific work in Rhino.
Na ti vi ty Fa ça d e L i f t Tow e r

Micha e l T i a n R a n C h e n
Architecture, 3rd year

This project cleverly utilized pointools4rhino in a


more conventional sense, with elements of complex
ruled surfacing on the internal spiral staircase. It is a
good example of each area being similar , but requir-
ing individual modelling.
Other works by Michael include some work on scaled
models, pointcloud cleaning in cyclone and meshing.
R u led Surf a ci ng the Pas s i o n F a ça d e

Nick M c C a rt h y
Landscape Architecture, 3rd year

This project implements ruled surfacing techniques


on the entrance to the passion Fa ça d e. R u l ed sur-
faces in this area are generated in Rhino from the
edgesrf command, using pointools for rhino and fit-
ted to the as-built mesh.
The image in the top right corner demonstrates a
typical error in as-built data as identified from this
research.
Na ti vi ty Fa ça d e I nter n a l R o o m

Shann Yo ng
Architecture, Masters

This project involves using rhino with plugins poin-


tools4rhino and resurf to reconstruct an internal
room in the south side of the Nativity Fa ça d e. This
information is being compared to the rosary room on
the opposite side of the Nativity Fa ça d e.
This comparison will be used to influence a decision
to add additional detail to an existing area of the TSF.
Clea ni ng & M es hi ng Po i n t c l o u d

Tapa s ya A rya
GIS, Masters

Tapasya assisted David in pointcloud cleaning for


meshing.
She also used skills in cyclone for her own masters
investigation.