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For the past 6 years Luke has worked with Cox Architects in Sydney, Australia. His work is focused around front end design, parametric modeling, complex geometry and structures, architectural rendering and visualisation. Working closely with Phillip Cox, much of the recent work has been focused in Asia, including Singapore, Vietnam and China. Luke’s design skills and specialist 3D modeling knowledge are increasingly used to generate concept explorations, competition entry, master geometry layouts and digital fabrication files for Cox’s structurally driven architecture. All work shown within this page is the property and copyright of the Cox group.

Cox Richardson Architects_NUS_Business School_Singapore_Master Geometry Model

Technicart created the Master Parametric model for this geometrically complex building for the National University of Singapore Business School. The model was created in Rhino and was used for the geometry layout of the slab outlines, columns and the facade. The model was tested with accurate 3D rendering to guage aesthetics and light performance.


Parametric Model_Geometry layout 2008_NUS


Parametric Model_Geometry layout 2008_NUS

Cox Richardson Architects_Bridge for Asia_Conceptual study model

This design was one of the options presented for a rapidly growing Asian city. The model was built using Rhino and the parametric modelling plugin Grasshopper which allowed adjustment as feedback was received from the structural engineers. 3D renderings and 3D animations were produced to convey the appearance and spatial quality of the bridge from multiple viewpoints and different times of day.


Architectural rendering_Parametric model_Spatial and Aesthetic exploration

Cox Richardson Architects_Marina Bay_Parametric Model_Geometry Layout

Technicart worked on this project from the initial competition phase through to full documentation. A parametric model was created using Rhino and Grasshopper to allow documentation of the complex structure and paneling system. 3D renderings were used throughout the design process to assess a continually evolving design and model, which responded to architectural and structural design inputs. The project has recently opened. All images copyright Cox Architects.

Project Complete_ 2010

Image_Marina Bay_4

On site Construction_Geometry layout 2010

Parametric architecture_Marina Bay_3

Parametric Model_Geometry layout 2009_Roof View

Parametric architecture_Marina Bay_2

Parametric Model_Geometry layout 2009_End View_1

Parametric architecture_Marina Bay_1

Parametric Modelling_Geometry layout 2009_End View_2

Image_Marina Bay_cox

3D rendering_Light and Material study_Interior View_2009

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