Team

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Burçin Nalinci is a designer, researcher and educator with an MS. in Architectural Technologies from Sci-Arc and Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She currently works as a computational design and fabrication consultant in Los Angeles, California. Her work as a student has been published in ACADIA, Facade Tectonics World Congress, and Arch Reporter. She has worked for renowned architectural studios in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Her current work focuses on the re-interpretation of everyday objects that challenge the sensory, perceptive, and spatial experiences. She is involved in various collaborative research projects that combine technology, automation, new materials, and fabrication processes.

Danila Babko-Malyi is a designer and educator with a focus on computational methods in Architecture. He holds a M.S. in Architecture and Urban Design from GSAPP, Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute. His professional work includes Merge Studio in New York, Manica Architecture in Kansas City, Laguarda Low in New York, Asymptote Architecture in New York and most recent Yazdani Studio in Los Angeles.

During this time he developed computational methods for building complex facade geometries for a variety of programs as well as developed extensive parametric models for producing stadium skins, stadium bowls and rationalization of facades based on performance and efficiency. Dan has taught at the University of Connecticut and the University of Kansas specializing in introducing generative design as a method of solving a design problem.

 

Emmanuel Osorno is a designer and a researcher with a focus on computational design methods and fabrication. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He has worked at renowned offices in San Francisco and New York. He is  currently working for Eric Owen Moss Architects in Los Angeles. His work as a student has been published in ACADIA 2014 and Facade Tectonics World Congress 2016.

His interest in sensory interactions between the body and architecture raises up various questions on the role of technology and human body. His attention to detail and passion for collaboration has exposed him to various projects at multiple scales.