Welcome to our first webinar series, Morphine Streams V1.0! Over the years we have had many requests to do webinars and we happy to start this first version. See below the webinar topics we have curated for this first version. Each webinar will be 4.5 hours long with a 15 minute break and 15 minute Q&A. Webinars will take place in Private Facebook groups via Facebook Live and participants will be able to ask questions by commenting on the video. Webinars will be automatically recorded there for your viewing as much as you like even after the live webinar. This is also good if you want to take the webinar but the time it is live doesn’t work for you, you can always watch it later at your convenience. All webinars will be conducted in English and there is no previous experience of the topics required. There is also different pricing options depending on how many webinars you register for, see them on the Apply page.
Computational Designer 2 @ Nike NXT | Innovation
Author @ Pufferfish for Grasshopper3d
Founder & CEO @ Skillshop
Macedonia & Croatia
Member @ DesignMorphine
Computational Engineer @ Imagine Computation
Zvonko Vugreshek is a Croatian/Macedonian Architect and Computational Designer, currently a Computational Engineer @ Imagine Computation. He has implemented these techniques since his mid-bachelor studies and is among the pioneers in introducing them in greater depth to his colleagues at the faculty of Architecture at UKIM Skopje. His interests are creating tools for creating optimized and effective designs regardless of the scale using site-specific factors such as environmental, social and behavioral factors. He has worked for Copenhagen studio 3XN where he was responsible of developing computational tools to solve project-specific tools and automate tedious tasks, resulting in a range of in-house components for everybody to use. He has been part of quite a few DesignMorphine workshops, lectures and projects so far.
Masters @ UCL Bartlett
With the expertise in computational processes applied to architecture and robotic fabrication, Madalin Gheorghe graduated from the UCL Bartlett Architectural Design Masters in London. At the Bartlett, he worked closely with internationally renowned researchers in the research lab Wonderlab directed by Alisa Andrasek, alongside Andy Lomas and Daghan Cam. The main focus was on advanced computational workflows,with the use of high resolution simulations and robotic fabrication. After the completion of his studies, he continued his involvement at the frontiers of advanced architecture and design,at the convergence with science and technology. He was a key part of the design team of the National Pavilion Of Croatia For The Venice Biennale 2018, for the design and construction of one of the world’s largest 3d printed structures.
Vamsi Krishna Vemuri
India & Germany
Alejandro García Gadea
MArch AA Design Research Lab
Nicolas Turchi is a designer currently working at Zaha Hadid Architects and a Digital Futures PhD scholar at Tongji University. Nicolas holds a Master in Architecture II from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Bologna and University of West of England. He has worked for several firms including Eisenman Architects, Xefirotarch, Mario Cucinella Architects and 5+1AA. Nicolas is particularly interested in emergent technologies and how they affect the theoretical aspect of the discipline. He has also been studying the relationship between architecture and philosophy and graduated with a thesis on Time and Space In architecture, influenced by the thought of Henri Bergson and Edmund Husserl.
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