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Aaron likes his music loud, his coffee black and his whiskey neat.
A designer and technologist in San Jose, CA, his current investigations relate to the practical application of computational tools and their intersection with traditional interpretations of craft and technique. Aaron is a founding partner of the design and research practice Khôra with his long-time collaborator Rob Trumbour. Together they recently curated the exhibition Bigger than a Breadbox, Smaller than a Building for the Boston Society of Architects. He would tell you about his day job, but he'd have to neutralize you if he did.
Aaron's Design Blog on Archinect:
An in-the-trenches view of digital fabrication, academic research, post-hardcore music and whiskey. Not necessarily in that order and often in combination.
Quarra Stone is a great example of the type of practices I’ll be talking to as part of the Matters of Scale series on Archinect. They’re specialty fabricators that are recognized experts in their field, employing many of the tools and technologies being discussed in academia to craft ...
MIT, Going FAST After 150 Years, Fri, May 6 '11
In 2011 the Massachusetts Institute of Technology celebrates the 150th anniversary of its founding, an occasion marked with 150 consecutive days of activities commemorating its long history of technology innovation. The most prominent of the exhibits, performances and symposia making up the ...
Apple, Cupertino, CA, US, Robotics Engineer
Khôra, Boston, MA, US, Founding partner
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, FABLab Coordinator
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Graduate Student Research Assistant
LaN_ live architecture Network, Associate
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Model shop supervisor
Dietz & Co. Architects, Intern architect
University of Michigan, Masters, MSArch, Digital Technologies & Material Systems
Wentworth Institute of Technology, BArch, Architecture
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Architectural Engineering
Springfield Technical Community College, Civil Engineering