Paul graduated from RMIT University in 2004,where he was awarded First Class Honours. Previous to this he has studied at RMIT, MIT and the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and worked with design practices in Australia and Denmark, including Kovac Architecture, Minifie Nixon and Dorte Mandrup’s Arkitekter. Paul is currently undertaking a PhD with SIAL in collaboration with Arup Consulting Engineers. His research interests involve parametric design techniques, digital tool-making and the synthesis of analytic tools with generative design processes. Paul is currently a recipient of an Australia Research Council grant.
Tim graduated from RMIT University in 2005, where he was awarded First Class Honours, and has worked with leading design practices in Australia, Germany and the Netherlands, including Kovac Architecture, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, The Architectengroep and Belzner & Holmes. Some of this work has been exhibited at the Non Standard Architectures Exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou. Tim’s current research explores the use of digital tools within generative design processes, with an emphasis on fabrication and making.
Both of them are currently lecturing in the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT and have taught seminars and design studios in which they explore the implementation of digital techniques across and as an armature to the design process.
“Hotel de ville”
“KBH-WATER Cell pattern”
“KBH-WATER process diagram”
“Screen resolution” / prototypes made from non standard components
“Too cool for school”