Arturo Tedeschi (1979), architect, independent researcher and computational designer, since 2004 complemented professional practice in Italy with a personal research on parametric design, focusing on relationships between architecture and new design tools. In 2010 he published “Architettura Parametrica”, a bestseller book on parametric design, translated into english as “Parametric Architecture with Grasshopper” in 2011. In the same year he worked at Zaha Hadid Architects in London. In 2011 he founded A > T a cloud based office which provides computational design services and training for architects, designers and companies. He’s currently director and teacher of a series of workshops on parametric design and he has been an invited lecturer at universities and conferences worldwide. From 2012 to 2014 he is co-director of the AA Rome Visiting School for the Architectural Association School (London). In 2012 he designed, with Maurizio Degni, a parametric installation for the Cloister of Bramante, in Rome, for the NU:S project by Double agency. Within the same event has been involved in the computational design of the celebrated NU:S Parametric Shoes (shoe design by Alessio Spinelli), a project that pushed-up the boundaries of 3D printing applied to fashion design. His projects have been exhibited in Rome (MACRO museum), Milan, London, Paris (Carrousel du Louvre, Centre Pompidou), Cologne and Venice (Off event at Biennale 2014). In 2014 he published AAD_Algorithms-Aided Design the worldwide reference book on algorithmic modeling, based on the Grasshopper platform. He collaborated with Ross Lovegrove on the project ILABO for United Nude (2015), In-Formation for Alcantara (2017), Alcantara Lounge Experience for AUDI (2017), Transmission for Alcantara at V&A London. He is a digital consultant at Politecnico di Milano and instructor at Master MADI (IUAV, Venezia) and Master Parametric (ControlMad, Madrid). In 2019 he has been appointed Italian Ambassador for Design at IDD19 by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Maurizio Degni (1984), computational designer, is a specialist in the field of energy and environmental analysis related to complex systems with a particular focus on parametric and optimization strategies. He worked for several offices in Italy such as Studio Kami and J.M. Schivo where he collaborated on many international competitions, projects and research activities. With Arturo Tedeschi he designed the NU:S Installation within the Cloister of Bramante (Rome) and he had a main role in the computational design of the NU:S Parametric Shoes (shoe design by Alessio Spinelli) an avant-garde project that matched advanced design techniques and prototyping technologies. Currently he’s involved in a series of workshops and courses in Italy directed by Arturo Tedeschi and focused on parametric design. From 2012 he is a tutors assistant for the AA Rome Visiting School.
Cristian Li Voi (1990) product designer and computational designer, started his career in 2015 at Denis Guidone Design Studio (Milano) as a designer and digital modeler. In the same year he also initiated a collaboration with Nyxo ltd Architecture & Product Design Studio (London). Meanwhile he started a personal research on advanced 3D modeling focused on product design, achieving the qualification of Authorized Rhino Trainer. In 2017 his collaboration with D.A.M.A. and 3D Italy in Milan is culminated in the realisation of a 3D printing clothe. In the same year he begins his collaboration with Arturo Tedeschi within the project Transmission by Ross Lovegrove and Alcantara for the Victoria and Albert museum (London). From 2017 he has the role of trainer at L.A.B.A. (Rimini) for the course: Techniques and Digital Modelling.
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