Tutors

ANDREA ROSSI (Coop Himmelb(l)au, Temporary Autonomous Architecture, Vienna)

AndreaRossiAndrea Rossi is an architectural researcher based in Vienna, where he is currently developing research on robotic fabrication at Coop Himmelb(l)au. He is founder of Temporary Autonomous Architecture, a research and design practice involved in the exploration of the potential of computational tools and scripting in the realm of architecture and urban design, run together with Lila PanahiKazemi. In recent years Rossi has been practicing internationally, teaching a number of workshops on computational design tools and coding in Germany, Italy and USA. Rossi holds a bachelor degree from Politecnico di Milano and a Master of Architecture from the Dessau International Architecture Graduate School, where he was awarded the Robert-Oxman Prize for the best thesis project. Rossi’s work has been exhibited and published internationally, including the 13th Architecture Biennale in Venice, [En]Coding Architecture 2013 at Carnegie Mellon University and ACADIA 2014 Adaptive Architecture in Waterloo.

http://temporaryautonomousarchitecture.blogspot.com

 

STEFANO ARRIGHI (Studio Tomas Saraceno, Berlin)

bnStefano Arrighi is a freelance Architect and independent researcher based in Berlin. He earned a Master of Science in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, where he focused on complex geometries and adaptive building systems. Before moving to Germany he worked in Italy at Indexlab as a computational designer and was Assistant Instructor of parametric and algorithmic design at the Politecnico di Milano School of Building Engineering. He is currently Project Manager at Studio Tomas Saraceno in Berlin where he is developing a research on smart materials and adaptive systems. His work has been exhibited and published internationally, including [En]Coding Architecture 2013 at Carnegie Mellon University and Advances in Architectural Geometry 2014.

http://www.stefanoarrighi.it

 

LILA PANAHIKAZEMI (KSP Architekten, Temporary Autonomous Architecture, Frankfurt)

Lila PanahiKazemi is an architectural researcher and system engineer, currently based in Frankfurt, where she is computational design specialist for KSP Architekten. She is the co-founder of Temporary Autonomous Architecture, a research and design practice involved in the exploration of the potential of computational tools in the realm of architecture and urban design, run together with Andrea Rossi. PanahiKazemi’s research focuses on the impact of the digital tools in architecture, with a special focus on self-assembly and evolutionary fabrication logics. In recent years PanahiKazemi has been working for Sturgeon North Architects (UK), and teaching a number of workshops on computational design tools and coding in Germany and USA. She holds a bachelor of Industrial Engineering a bachelor of architecture from Leeds Metropolitan University and a Master of Architecture from Dessau International Architecture Graduate School, where she was a warded the Robert-Oxman Prize for the best thesis project. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, including the 13th Architecture Biennale in Venice, [En]Coding Architecture 2013 at Carnegie Mellon University and ACADIA 2014 Adaptive Architecture in Waterloo.

http://temporaryautonomousarchitecture.blogspot.com

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