We form a team where science and art meet technology. We create and research at the intersection of architectural design, lightweight structures & geometry. We design multi-objective sustainability and pass our knowledge to the game changers of tomorrow.
Fereshteh Khojastehmehr is a Ph.D. researcher and University Assistant at the Lightweight Structures Unit, the University of Innsbruck. Her research focus is on bending-active structures and finding geometric solutions in design. Fereshteh received a Master's degree in Architectural Technology in the field of Digital Design, from the University of Tehran. Her research interests are lightweight structures, digital design and fabrication, and using computational geometry in architectural applications. She has joined the LSU team since Feb. 2021.
Mohammad Hassan Saleh Tabari
Mohammad Hassan Saleh Tabari is a Ph.D. researcher and University Assistant at the Lightweight Structures Unit, the University of Innsbruck. He has a Master's degree in Architectural Technology in the field of bionic architecture and was a member of Dail Lab, design and augmented reality. He is the developer of the Termite-Nest plugin for grasshopper. His research interests are lightweight structures, algorithmic design thinking, and using artificial intelligence for solving design problems. He has joined the LSU team since Feb. 2021.
Hasan Hadi Abdulameer
Hasan Hadi Abdulameer is a PhD Researcher and Senior Lecturer at the Lightweight Structures Unit, the University of Innsbruck. He has a master degree in Architectural Engineering with the research Role of Digital Fabrication in forming parametric Structures, His research interests in bio-inspired lightweight structures, parametric design, exploiting the bionics into structures and architecture. He joined LSU Team Since Dec. 2021.
Günther H. Filz [Professor]
Günther H. Filz is a Professor of Lightweight Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Innsbruck, Austria, where he heads the Lightweight Structure unit. He is also a Professor of Structures and Architecture at Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland. His interest has especially been on the profound changes that selforganizing forms and processes - from minimal surfaces to bending active structures - instigate in the way architecture is thought, designed and built. His “fat-free-design” approach results in intelligent, innovative and sustainable lightweight structures.