27 April 2020
11:30AM
Shajay Bhooshan – Zaha Hadid Architects
CDR– Remote Design Technology Lecture Series

Shajay is a Senior Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects where he co-founded and heads the research activities of the Computation and Design (CODE) group. He pursues his interests in structure and fabrication aware Architectural Geometry as a PhD Candidate at the Block Research Group, ETH Zurich. Previously, he has worked at Populous, London, and completed his M.Phil from the University of Bath. He graduated from and has since been teaching at the Design Research Laboratory M.Arch program at AA School of Architecture, London. Shajay has published in scientific journals and conferences, along with contributions to architectural discourse through Architectural Design and other magazines. He routinely engages in public speaking at various professional and academic conferences, events and institutions across the world.

As part of the Center for Design Research’s evolving technologies initiative, Nathan
King and Martin Angst have organized a series of remote lectures focusing on digital
design, fabrication, and robotics as part of their courses Future Making and Advanced
Design and Fabrication in Architecture, along with the CDR Material Pioneers program.
While a core part of the curriculum for the courses, these lectures may be of interest to
other students and faculty and therefore will open to all. The lecture series is populated
with a diverse selection of international participants who operate within and on the
periphery of design representing multiple disciplines and perspectives.

For security purposes – Meeting ID will be distributed through A+D Weekly.