Theo speaks about how ease of access to technology is revolutionizing architecture. As a successful architect and academic, Theo showed examples of how our engagement with digital design and fabrication techniques can empower creativity, regardless of location or budget, making bespoke design accessible to anyone with a vision. Theo is a French and Greek architect. He is a co-founder of LASSA Architects, an international architecture practice which operates at the intersection between the fields of art, technology and landscape.
He has been teaching at the Architectural Association in London since 2009. He has taught postgraduate studios at Harvard and Columbia and undergraduate studios at Chalmers and LTU in Sweden. His research focuses on the impact of digital design and manufacturing technologies in the transformation of the architectural practice. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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