2013 ~ 2014 : Office for Metropolitan Architect (OMA, the Netherlands), Architectural Assistant
2013 : One Architecture BV (the Netherlands), Architect
MSc Arch, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
BSc Arch, SungKwunKwan University, South Korea
Paola La Scala
Teaching Assistant and Member of Labcity Architecture Research Unit, Department of Architecture, University of Palermo(Italy)
Member of “LabCity Architecture”, a research unit founded by Prof. Renzo Lecardane at Department of Architecture (DARCH) in Palermo
Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship Programme within Coventry University
Research Associate, Architecture and Urban Planning Lab., Division of Architecture, Oita University (JAPAN)
Publication and Journal
City Planning by Residents Participation, Gakugei Publisher, 2008.3
Preservation Priority of a Landscape Resource - Case study of Hot Spring Steam-, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management=CUPUM’'05, 2005.7, London
The Characteristics of Large-scale Landscape Composed Hot Spring Steam Clouds, Proc. 4th Int. Symposium on City Planning and Environ. Management in Asian Countries, No.4, pp.93-103, 2004.1, Seoul
Dr. Engineering 'Analysis of Large Landscape and Landscape Guidance System using Topographic Model', Oita University, 2003
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan
Associate Professor, University of San Diego (USA)
Research, publication grants and awards including the Graham Foundation, Mexico’s National Council for Culture and Arts (CONACULTA), Princeton University’s Barr Ferree Foundation, and a University of San Diego’s Faculty Undergraduate Research Mentor Award.
PhD at Princeton University
Undergraduate Chair & Associate Professor, Syracuse University School of Architecture (USA)
Founder of the multidisciplinary design practice MATR STUDIO.
Teaching and research at Harvard, MIT Media Lab, Rhode Island School of Design and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
Doctor of Design degree at Harvard University
IAN F. TABERNER
Director Masters of Architecture Thesis, Boston Architectural College (USA)
Design Principal, Private practice and consultation, 1986-Present
Gunnar Birkerts and Associates, 1985-1989
I.M. Pei and Partners / Ellerbe Architects, 1983-1985
2020 ~ Present: Design Tutor, Department of Architecture, Donga University, South Korea
2019 : Adjunct Professor, Department of Architecture, Gacheon University, South Korea
2016-2017 : Design Tutor, Department of Architecture, Pukyeong National University, South Korea
2018~Now : PhD Candidate in Urban Planning Department, Pusan National University, South Korea
2009~2011 : MSc Real Estate & Housing, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
2004-2006: Master of Advanced Architecture, Berlage Institute, the Netherlands
General Manager, 2408 Studio for architecture, urban planning and design (China)
2014 Dissertation: Sustainable Retrofit of Buildings in China and Germany
2008 - 2014 Dissertation Studies at Technical University Berlin, Berlin, Germany,
2006 - 2008 Master Studies at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
2018 IceBreakers - Selected Artist
2019 Baltimore Light Festival - Selected Artist
2020 A’Design Award Bronze for Computer College
2020 A’Design Award Bronze for Chu Kochen College Dormitory
Director, 2408 Studio for architecture, urban planning and design (Germany)
2015 Member of the Architect’s Chamber of Berlin, Germany
2010 Diploma of Engineering
2006 - 2007 Erasmus Student at ENSAT, Toulouse, France
2015 - 2017 Architect at Obermeyer Engineering Consulting, Shanghai, China
2011 - 2015 Architect at EUROLABORS, Kassel, Germany
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Director of Design, Computation, and Fabrication program; Associate Professor
College of Architecture, Texas Tech University, U.S.A.
Studio Completiva, Denver, CO
Kuhn Park is an architectural and computational designer and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the College of Architecture, Texas Tech University. He is also the director of the Design Computation and Fabrication program – a Master of Science and Certificate program provides the unique platform of various nature and practice of computation in architectural design, and the ways that design meaning, intention, and knowledge are constructed through computational thinking, representing, sensing, making, and to consider the social and cultural implication of our positions.
He researched Computational Design at Carnegie Mellon University and studied professional architecture program at the University of Colorado. He taught architectural design studios and computational media courses at Carnegie Mellon University, McGill University, and Howard University, and had a visiting professorship and co-directorship at the Interactive Media Design Center at Communication University of China in Beijing. He has been invited numerous architectural design and multimedia workshops including 2015 Shenzhen University Interactive Media workshop, and exhibitions at 26th World Congress of Architects in 2017 and the Global Design Studio at Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.
His scholarly interests spread its boundaries beyond Computational Design in architecture to Media Arts and City, and he has an associated architectural practice in Denver CO, Studio Completiva.
M.S. in Computational Design, Carnegie Mellon University
M.ARCH, University of Colorado
B.A.E., Kangwon National University
2018, Donald R. Haragan Study Award, Texas Tech University
2015, President’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Texas Tech University
2013, Spencer A. Wells Award for Creativity in Teaching, Texas Tech University
Assistant Professor, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
Michael Budig is Assistant Professor in Architecture and Sustainable Design at SUTD and established the REAL Lab for Research in Renewable and Regenerative Architecture. His research focuses on renewable materials and regenerative architecture. It is driven by computational design and fabrication, and the desire to provide innovative solutions for the decarbonisation, digitalisation and changing demographics in the built environment. He has been teaching building technologies, design studios and Design Thinking and Innovation to around 500 students every year in SUTD’s signature course. He held academic positions at MIT, ETH Zurich / FCL Singapore, University of Applied Arts Vienna and University of Innsbruck, and he practised as an architect and principal of Moll Budig Architecture, a multi-disciplinary office on architecture, urbanism and design strategies in Austria.
Building with renewable materials
Circularity and resource consumption
Principal Investigator: Arup Global Research Challenge Collaboration; with Oliver Heckmann (PI), with Arup, 2019-2020.
Principal Investigator: Next Residential High-Rise – Comparative study and analytical modelling for flexible housing typologies based on modularity and composite structural systems; with Oliver Heckmann (PI), Lynette Cheah (Collaborator), funded by the SUTD-MIT International Design Centre, 2018-2020.
Principal Investigator: Mapletree Design Partnership 1 and 2, Design Research on the Reuse of Wood Planks for a Permanent Design Installation; with Kenneth Tracy (Co-PI), with Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, 2017-present.
Budig, M., Acharya, D., Boucher, E., Boyd, R., & Magnini, E. (2021). Toolkits for Renewable and Regenerative Buildings. In Future Urban Habitation. Wiley. To be published in Spring 2021
Budig, M., Heckmann, O., Hudert, M., Ng, A. Q. B., Xuereb Conti, Z., & Lork, C. J. H. (2020). Computational screening-LCA tools for early design stages. International Journal of Architectural Computing. https://doi.org/10.1177/1478077120947996
Budig, M., Heckmann, O., Boon, A. N. Q., Hudert, M., Lork, C., & Cheah, L. (2020). Data-driven Embodied Carbon Evaluation of Early Building Design Iterations. In D. Holzer, W. Nakapan, A. Globa, & I. Koh (Eds.), RE: Anthropocene, Design in the Age of Humans – Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2020 (Vol. 2, pp. 303–312). The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong.
Budig, M. (2019). Tropical Timber Towers. In M. Hudert & S. Pfeiffer (Eds.), Rethinking Wood – Future Dimensions of Timber Assembly (pp. 46–55). Basel: Birkhauser Architecture.
Budig, M., Lim, J., & Petrovic, R. (2014). Integrating Robotic Fabrication in the Design Process. Architectural Design, (229), 22–43.
Diplom Ingenieur Architektur (MArch), University of Innsbruck, Nov 1999
Pre-Diploma in Architecture, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, Jun 1999
2014-current: Singapore University of Design and Technology, Assistant Professor in Architecture and Sustainable Design, Singapore
2016: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Affiliate Faculty at the Department of Architecture, MIT-SUTD International Design Center, Research collaborations and course development, Cambridge/USA
2011-14: Singapore ETH Centre (ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Senior Researcher and Module Coordinator, Module II Architecture and Digital Fabrication, Singapore
2010-11: Studio Hadid / Die Angewandte Vienna, University Assistant with Prof Zaha Hadid, Vienna/Austria
2004-11: Moll Budig Architektur, Principal and Co-Founder, Office for architecture, urbanism and design strategies, Innsbruck/Austria
2001-11: Institute of Experimental Architecture.Hochbau, University Assistant, with Prof Patrik Schumacher, Innsbruck/Austria
Biennale Architettura 2021 – How Will We Live Together? 17th International Architecture Exhibition, Contribution to the Singapore National Pavilion, to gather: The Architecture of Relationships, Future Hybrid Highrise Commune, with Oliver Heckmann
A’Design Award Bronze 2020 Carbon Activated Timber Bench, with Kenneth Tracy
Singapore Good Design SG Mark 2019 Tiny Threads / Massive Blocks, with Kenneth Tracy
Singapore Good Design SG Mark 2019 Generic Dwelling Templates for Future Urban Habitation, with Oliver Heckmann
German Design Award 2018 German Design Council, Award selection process by invitation only, Metallhandel Grassmayr
IAN F. TABERNER
Director Master of Architecture Thesis,
Boston Architectural College (USA)