Intensive Course 10
Basic Correlation Systems with Grasshopper V1.0 is a one-day intensive course that will teach participants the basics for getting started with Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. Each programs user interface will be extensively explored to gain knowledge of the different tool sets available. In Rhinoceros we will learn the basic principles of the interface and software capabilities. In Grasshopper, we will explore simple examples of parametric design and data tree structures in terms of variable systems of correlation.
  • Introduction to Grasshopper and Rhinoceros 5 user interface
  • Parametric modeling of simple geometry in Grasshopper
  • Basic parametric part to part relationships
Each Participant should provide their own computer with the following software installed. If you do not have a software, trial versions can be found on each software company’s website. We will send participants links to the required software, trials, and plug-ins for download. Please have the software installed prior to workshop start. If you have issues installing software, we may be able to help you during the workshop.
  • McNeel Rhinoceros 3D
  • Grasshopper 3D
Basic Correlation Systems with Grasshopper V1.0 will take place on the 25 February, 2017.
Basic Correlation Systems with Grasshopper V1.0 is included in but may be taken separately from:
The course will take place from 10:00 to 18:00 at the Union of the Architects in Bulgaria, Krakra 11 str., Sofia. 
All projects will be published on DesignMorphine’s web page.
All participants who complete the workshop will receive a certificate of completion.
For attending the workshop and intensive courses there is no previous software experience required.
Participants need to bring their own laptops or workstations.
Please note that places are very limited on a first pay first serve basis!



Intensive Course 10

Georgi Kunchev

Associate @ DesignMorphine
Principal @ Stephen George International
MArch History & Theory UACEG

Georgi Kunchev is currently working as a Principal Architect at Stephen George International. He was part of the visualizations team CGI Source focused on architectural visualizations and marketing images for some of the biggest UK architectural studios. He graduated from the UACEG, Sofia, with a Master’s degree from the Department of History and Theory of Architecture in 2013. With a team of colleagues from Atelier 3, Georgi won the First Prize Award for the Plovdiv Palace of Couture. They also participated in the competitions for the National Exhibition Centre in Sofia, the Plovdiv central square, the Bologna shoah memorial and the Preston bus station. Georgi also took part in the Generative Morphologies Workshop 2014 with an interpretation of Buckminster Fuller’s Jitterbug. Moreover, he contributed in HyperCell’s Final Project Presentation at the AADRL.


Intensive Course 10

Martin Georgiev


Arch. Martin Georgiev is a Bulgarian professional in the fields of architecture, design and 3D arts. He is founder and principal architect at His previous career experiences include co-authorship of the award winning buildings Capital Fort (currently the highest building in Bulgaria), Building 5 at Business Park Sofia and others. Martin graduated with a Master’s degree of architecture at UACEG, Sofia. Later he taught there at the Department of Residential Buildings and the Department of Industrial Buildings. In 2014 and 2015, he attended the following workshops and courses by DesignMorphine: Generative Morphologies V1.0, Generative Morphologies V2.0, Parametric Surface Articulation Using Advanced Data Management in Grasshopper V1.0, Extensive Introduction to the Iterative Grasshopper Solutions V1.0.

Union of Architects in Bulgaria, Sofia, Krakra 11 Str.