Michael Hansmeyer is an architect and programmer who explores the use of algorithms and computation to generate architectural form. Recent projects include the Sixth Order installation of columns at the Gwangju Design Biennale, as well as the design of full-scale 3D printed grotto for the 2013 Archilab exhibition.
He is currently based in the CAAD group at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and an MBA from INSEAD Fontainebleau. He previously worked for J.P. Morgan and McKinsey & Company, as well as at Herzog & de Meuron architects.
Benjamin Dillenburger is an architect and programmer with a multidisciplinary research focus on computational design and fabrication methods for architecture. He is assistant professor at The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. He previously worked as senior researcher and lecturer in the Computer Aided Architectural Design group at ETH’s architecture department in Zurich.
Benjamin Dillenburger holds a Master of Advanced Study degree from ETH Zurich and a Master of Architecture Degree of the TU Kaiserslautern. He is also member of the studio KAISERSROT, an interdisciplinary consulting & design team exploring the potential of computational design for architecture and urban planning.