Arthur Mamou Mani
Computational design meets digital fabrication
Arthur Mamou-Mani is an architect exploring the links between computational design, material behaviour, digital fabrication and most importantly, joyful and poetic experiences.
He specialises in small scale pop-up structures and has recently brought his university students to build two pavilions at the Burning Man festival in Nevada, USA.
He has also built a 30 metre long “architectural dress” using a thick structural fabric for the fashion brand Karen Millen which won the award for best RIBA window display on Regent Street in 2014.
At DEVELOP3D LIVE, Arthur will explain how V-ray, Rhino, Grasshopper and SolidWorks can be combined to create unique and innovative small scale projects!