In the first part of the module, the students developed a deeper understanding of the possibilities in digital modeling and parametric form-finding by simply creating different variations of stacked containers. This process was developed in Grasshopper. The resulting, abstract forms were transferred to Revit in a second workshop, using Dynamo.

In Revit, the students had to make the abstract designs become actual architecture, using the possibilities of BIM, Data management and parametric design. The families created in Revit enabled the students to change the appearance of each box, according to location and surrounding. It shows the possibilities of modern BIM and parametric design.