Site Founder / Course Director

John Stack Ross –

John is a senior lecturer and course director at LTH, School of Architecture, Lund, Sweden where he teaches courses in architectural design, 3d digital modeling, and digital fabrication. John received his M.Arch from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Since 2000 he has taught design studios, seminars, lecture courses, and workshops at the University of Minnesota, University of Texas at Arlington, Auburn University, Mississippi State University, and LTH, School of Architecture in Sweden. In addition to being an invited critic and lecturer at offices and universities in Sweden, China, and the USA, he has practiced architecture in the USA, UK, Spain, and China. His teaching and research interests include emerging technologies, environmental analysis, data visualization, and evidence-based design.

Co-Instructors / Collaborators / Assistants

Albin Karlsson

Albin recieved his B.S.Arch from Umeå School of Architecture in 2015. His BA project involved a close investigation of the megapolis Mumbai where he stayed for a month mapping the dense city district of Dharavi. After graduating he spent one year as an intern at Arkinova Arkitekter, a small office in Umeå, doing everything from sketches to finished visualizations and presentations. He then decided to continue his education pursuing a masters degree at Lund School of Architecture within the Spatial Experiments specialization focusing mainly on computational design and additive manufacturing and has during 2017 been working on growth processes using grasshopper.

Elin Daun –

Elin is a freshly graduated architect from LTH. She’s specialized in computational design and digital fabrication. Previously, she’s worked at Henning Larsen in Copenhagen. She’s also worked for quite some time in London, offices such as Cook and Robotham Architectural Bureau, Zaha Hadid Architects and Undercover Architecture. Just right before her Master Thesis which she developed with Joanna Sabak, another assistant at the school who specializes in computational design, she interned at FojabCode in Malmö. At her freetime, she enjoys planting things and nurturing her apartment-jungle.

Gediminas Kirdeikis –

Gediminas received his Master in Architecture from Vilnius Academy of Arts in 2014. His master project investigated the possibilities of architectural development in misfit environments while mainly focusing on the post-traumatic nature of Beirut, Lebanon. The project included a wide range of simulations done both in Processing and Grasshopper for Rhino. His current research focuses on element relations within aggregated structures.

Henrik Yang

Henrik received his B.S.Arch from LTH Lund School of Architecture in 2015. He made an exchange semester the same year in Dongguk University in Seoul working in a team to develop a proposal of a mixed-use office in Gangnam for a Korean client. After S.Korea he went back to Sweden to work in a middle-sized office in Stockholm called Archus for 1.5 years mainly developing early sketches for residential areas around Sweden. He also spent six months at the Henning Larsen office in Copenhagen developing different projects for several competitions. Upon returning to LTH he pursued his interest in working with emerging technologies at the Spatial Experiments masters course learning the use of grasshopper and the ways of generative design processes. Henrik is currently doing his thesisproject in Lund focused on Vertical Hospitals. In his free time he spends time windsurfing in the Malmö area

Nataly Timotheou

Nataly completed a three year diploma in Milan in Interior Design at Istituto Europeo di Design before graduating from her B(A) in Architecture from London South Bank University in 2013. She then worked as a freelance designer in Cyprus, where she is originated from, completing mainly commercial projects focused in strong identity development, furniture design and spatial design. She moved to Copenhagen and worked for a few months at Mikkelsen Arkitekter before starting her Masters Degree in LTH at the Spatial Experiments Studio in 2017. She is currently  returning to complete her final year of studies, after taking a year out working at Bjarke Ingels Group in Copenhagen. The projects that she  has been involved in vary from concept development and massing to competitions all the way to detailing of on going projects. Due to her masters specialization she was also part of a large scale 3D printing project of the office located in Taiwan.

Previous Collaborators / Assistants

Andreea Marcu
Bujar Abazaj
Christoffer Justusson
Farhad Jalalvand
Felicia Lans
Henrik Malm
Jesper Wallgren
Joanna Sabak
Kajsa Holmström
Lars Aage Nilsson
Liina Pikk
Ludvig Hofsten
Mats Håkansson Behrbohm
Nestor Campos
Rasmus Hellgren
Tomas Ramstrand