My research and work integrates architecture with the fine arts and digital fabrication. I incorporate algorithms to generate materially-feasible architecture. I use digital fabrication methods, such as industrial 3D printing and CNC milling, to efficiently-generate designed structure that produces atypical space.
I hold an M.Arch from the University of Toronto, Canada. In 2016, I defended my thesis, titled "Ornament and Structure", under the supervision of Dr. Brady Peters at the University of Toronto, and Dr. Benjamin Dillenburger, Prof. Fabio Gramazio and Prof. Matthias Kohler and Mr. David Jenny at the ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
From 2015 to 2016 I was a collaborator for the Swiss Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale and an invited visiting student of Prof. Christian Kerez at the Department of Architecture at the ETH Zürich. I conducted research and collaborated at the Chairs of Digital Building Technologies, Architecture and Digital Fabrication, and the Professorship for Architecture and Design.