Giulio Brugnaro is a trained architect, designer and researcher working in the field of robotic fabrication for architectural production. He is currently PhD Candidate and Marie Curie Fellow at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London as part of the InnoChain Research Network. His research focuses on developing adaptive robotic fabrication processes and sensing methods that allow designers to engage with material behaviours and tool affordances to explore novel design opportunities. He is also Teaching Fellow at the M.Arch. Design for Manufacture at the Bartlett where I direct, together with Matthijs La Roi, the Research Cluster 101.

Previously he received a B.Arch. in Architectural Sciences at IUAV University of Venice and a M.Sc. in Integrative Technologies and Architectural Design Research at the University of Stuttgart.