Tommaso Casucci

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Location Firenze, Italy
Introduction Tommaso is a computational designer interested in exploring new design strategies ranging across the fields of computation, digital and robotic fabrication. He is a member of the Computation and Design group (ZH CODE) at Zaha Hadid Architects as well as curator of an independent design research platform named Synthetic Morphologies. Since 2016, Tommaso is studio tutor at RC16 MArch Urban Design, the Bartlett UCL, while previously he has been contract professor of Digital Modelling Techniques at Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna from 2013 to 2015. Tommaso has been teaching and lecturing internationally at the Bartlett UCL, The Architectural Association, the University of Bologna, The University of Genova, The WAAG society upon others. Tommaso has been working at SPAN Architects (2010), Kokkugia (2012), DecodeBim(2013) and Co-de-iT(2010-onwards). He holds a Master of Architecture (MArch) and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) from the University of Florence, Italy.