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Studio Director: Areti Markopoulou
Faculty Assistant: Alexandre Dubor
Assistant: Moritz Begle
Theory Support Seminar: Dennis Dollens

in collaboration with CITA:
Studio Director: Mette Ramsgard Thomsen
Tutors: David Stasiuk, Phil Ayres
Workshop Seminar: Martin Tamke, Christoph

Areti Markopoulou: Architect graduated from the Department of Architectural Engineering of Xanthi, DUTH (2005) in Greece. She holds a Masters in Advanced Architecture from IAAC (2006) with a related thesis in the field of ¨Prototypes of Urbanity: from Bits to Geography¨. She has also studied at the Architectural Association, AA in London (Dlab 2009) and she holds a Fab Academy diploma on Digital Fabrication (2011) offered by the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms. Her research explores how Energy, Information and Fabrication could lead to optimum future city models, where technology and users play a protagonist role in the production of more efficient and responsive habitats that could adapt to our behavioral changes over time. She has participated in IAAC research projects such as ¨Hyperhabitat_ Reprogramming the World¨at the Venice Biennale (2008),¨Fab Lab House¨in the Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 and ¨Fabrication Laboratory¨ in the Design Hub of Barcelona (DHUB). She is permanent faculty at IAAC and has published articles internationally. Her practice includes collaborations with several offices and firms such as R+B architects, BOPBAA, MMA Architects, Azymuth, BR and more. She is currently the Director of R+D at IAAC in Barcelona and initiator of Fab Lab Greece.

Alexandre Dubor : From web platform to 6axis Robot, Alexandre Dubor is an architect hacking new technologies in an attempt to reinvent how we buil and leave in our cities. He recently joined the academic field as teacher and lecturer in different school (Iaac / FabLab Barcelona, TU Delft, TU Vienna and UTS), while working on various research including Magnetic Architecture and Smart Citizen.

Moritz Begle: Architect graduated from the IAAC, with a related thesis in the field of “Self-sufficient Buildings“. After graduating from the University of Liechtenstein with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture he has been working for Früh Architects ZT GmbH (Austria) and Hornberger Architects AG (Switzerland), where he was mainly involved in design for housing and creating concepts for public building complexes. At IAAC he was part of the vision “Smartblock 2020”, his master thesis “The Jungle” which has been awarded with the Innovative Energy Award, the OTF Program 2013 and is currently participating the Fab Academy 2014.

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