On this episode of PATalks, we are joined by Filippo Nassetti, an architect and computational designer focusing on research and innovation for the architecture and product design industries. After completing his Master’s Degree at the University of Bologna, he worked for Plasma Studio Architects in London along with SPAN in Vienna and consequently co-founded MHOX in 2012. MHOX is an EU-funded start-up focusing on the design of wearable products and speculative prostheses through generative techniques and 3D printing.
Filippo Nassetti joined Zaha Hadid Design as part of the Computation and Design team in 2015, and mostly elaborated on small-scale innovation projects such as sportswear, industrial products, and experimental sculptures. He is currently a member of the Urban Morphogenesis Lab at UCL The Bartlett School of Architecture, where he teaches in the B-Pro Urban Design Master’s Degree program. In this Episode, Filippo discussed his career, his design methods, the software he uses, and PAACADEMY’s upcoming studio workshop titled ‘Body Architecture’.
The ‘Body Architecture‘ studio workshop will be led by Filippo and is starting on November 6, 2021. If you are interested to join, please check the link below.
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