“Beyond Imagination 1, Contemporary Creative Workflows”
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Gennaro Senatore is an EngD researcher at the University College London and design consultant at Expedition Engineering specialized in computational methods. He has applied the knowledge gained from his academic training to developing cutting-edge software for interactive real time physics (PushMePullMe) and innovative design concepts for the built environment such as adaptive building structures for whole life energy savings. Gennaro is actively researching in the domain of adaptive building structures, computational physics and multi-objective optimization.
UCL phd page http://engd-usar.cege.ucl.ac.uk/profilepreview/view/id/35
MAJ PLEMENITAS (mɑːɑɪ plæ-mænɪː-taːʃ) is a London based Experimental Design practitioner, Researcher and Educator of Architecture. His current interest and research approach is focused on
innovative cross scalar and interdisciplinary design, through combination of computational methods. The research work explores the relations between design, materialization, production, environment and users at various scales. This interactive and inclusive approach enables drastical expansion of possibilities to tackle challenges that are otherwise beyond the design range. After graduating from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London – as Master of Architecture from Graduate Architectural Design, with multi award winning thesis 10⁻⁹]LINK[10⁹, he established a research platform and design practice LINKSCALE. Currently he is teaching as a course tutor at the GAD program Bartlett UCL, together with Program Director Alisa Andrasek. Apart from that, he is exhibiting his work and lecturing internationally, most recently at the Founding Chapter of The American Institute of Architecture AIANY + The Center for Architecture, New York City.
LINKSCALE, initiated by Maj Plemenitas in 2011, is a platform for creative thinking and innovation through experimental design research. This cross disciplinary practice is working within and between the expanding domains, including but not limited to: Architecture, Design and Science.