This years group of UNSW Architectural Computing students doing the Experimental Modelling course spend even more time generating form with Rhino and Grasshopper which they output through the 3D Printers and Laser Cutters. You can see some of the groovy creations in the little exhibition on at the moment in the gallery space. The physical models dont reveal the parametric nature of the digital models but they certainly showcase how these new fabrication logics can be used to present these highly intricate and complex forms.

Here are a few photos of the models that I think show off how much fun was had by the students learning to make procedurally generated 3D models and then use the Fabrication Lab to make the physical objects as well: