Itamar Amrany

Itamar Amrany

London, GB



My interest lies in improved environmental and structural performances of computationally driven design. From the approach of systems thinking which focuses on a general assembly of parts to form a whole, through material computation, evolutionary algorithms, embedded parameters of manufacturing and fabrication methods, and cost constraints. As platforms merge, computational design tools can seamlessly stream data to drive results between architects, designers, artists, and engineers.  

My contribution includes of a thorough knowledge of the specific concepts, techniques, and practices within the domain of emergent technologies in design and their effect on the production of built architectures. As well as artifacts capacity for critical structural, spatial, environmental analysis, and a mindfulness of exceptional design and detail refinement. My interest in scale ranges from material systems in the form of pavilions, to city systems and urban ecologies. As a designer, my contributions include various generative design techniques, physical and digital computation, environmental analyses, principal FEA and computational fluid dynamics studies.


Rotblatt Amrany Studio, Chicago, IL, US, Designer/COO

Project Management and Senior Designer for commissions:
-Fan Walls, Mosaic Stadium
-Los Angeles Kings 50th Anniversary Monument

Jun 2011 - current

Interactive Design Architects, Chicago, IL, US, Design Associate

Worked directly with firm’s Creative Director on Jefferson Tap, Chicago IL, awning conceptual design, research and development to expand firms’ creative direction

Jan 2013 - Nov 2013


Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, Masters, Emergent Technologies and Design

Emtech investigates new synergies of architecture and ecology through the crucial intersection of computational design and fabrication. The focus is on exploring experiential and social potentials of new material and spatial configurations and ecological urban systems situated in the dynamic contexts of emerging biomes.

Sep 2016 - Sep 2017

Areas of Specialization