Stadium Design Software

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Permalink Reply by Nathan Miller on November 10, 2009 at 3:30am
Nicely done! I have developed a similar definition that uses sight lines and other parameters (C-value, etc) to drive multi-tier bowl sections and then sweep them in plan. You're quality of vision display is a cool feature. Grasshopper is a good tool for studying practical issues such as this.
Permalink Reply by Roberto on November 10, 2009 at 4:04am
Thank you nathan. Exploring the tier profile is something we did for a while with excel but with this tool we control the QoV of each seat, while keeping the possibility to manually-tune the profile.
I will clean the basic components and upload them here.
Permalink Reply by Jooyoung Chung on February 23, 2010 at 1:08pm
Hi Roberto.
I am currently working in sports architecture field and really intereted in your stadium GH tool.
I would like to ask if I can take a look at it closely and also wanna ask questions.
Can you upload GH file or a better resolution image canvas that I can follow?
I really appreciate your help.
Permalink Reply by Cho Chung Man on April 30, 2010 at 7:51pm
HI Roberto,
Its quite a complex script there. Just curious if you use C#/ VB component in the process and what are the input parameters/ objects from Rhino.
Permalink Reply by Adam on June 18, 2010 at 3:11am
Hi Roberto, looking promising over here! - Would you mind uploading the definition so I can have a peek? - We are currently working on a football stadium in the UK, and were looking at the best way to maximize capacity with the given profiles, whilst obviously conforming to the regulations of stadium construction and FIFA standards. This would be a great tool to base our work on and obviously adapt it accordantly.
Permalink Reply by Svetlin on June 18, 2010 at 3:55am
Couple of days ago i was struggling with the same problem, and a good base for the grasshopper script was this excel spreadsheet :
Permalink Reply by Adam on June 18, 2010 at 4:05am
Thanks Svetlin! That is extremely helpful, I am very new to Grasshopper, and I'm working my way through the Generative Algorithms PDF, but how would you go about creating a Grasshopper file that incorporates that sort of information, using for instance a profile shape or does it create it's own given the data sets I give it etc... A lot to think about!
Permalink Reply by Roberto on June 18, 2010 at 4:49am
Hi All.
Attached you will find the StadioMatic definition. It will calculate a quarter of grandstand with a referenced and simple seat.
Feel free to test it and improve it. Please, let me know your thougths.
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Permalink Reply by Adam on June 18, 2010 at 5:07am
WOW, thanks Roberto! - That's some calculations you've got there! Impressive work. I'll let you know how I get on with it and post my results.
Permalink Reply by Daniel Xiong on July 20, 2010 at 9:32am
Hi Roberto, your work is just impressive and detailed!
I was doing the parametric grandstand before. My idea was to generate the grandstand from several user input such as the first row profile, grandstand boundary, focus point, C value, thread distance and width.
User can draw the curves in Rhino first then feed them into GH. This post really gives me the desire to continue my unfinished work.
Here are some pics generated from my system. I am trying to make a more compact version.
Permalink Reply by Matthew Comp on February 14, 2011 at 8:09am

hi daniel, i've been working on stadium design for my thesis and have just begun using grasshopper as a tool to easily adjust the leg room the seating rake angle and the number of seats per row. I was wondering if you could give me some tips on how you created a boundary for the seating and how you oriented it toward a focal point on the field.

i uploaded what ive got so far but its very simple. I dont know how to expand on what ive got into multiple rows which are a specified distance from the focal point.

thanks, matt

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Permalink Reply by Andrea Cunsolo on April 10, 2011 at 3:46pm

Hi All,

I'm new on this forum, Roberto your script is amazing!!! thanks to share.

two questions:

1- it is possible edit the script to obtain constant C value, for instance if I want


one tier with c 90 mm all the seats got the same c 90?

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2- i notice that the angle of each tier do not exceed 35 degree, It is possible change this?


Many thanks

Kyle Field


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