Ezio Blasetti, registered architect in Europe (TEE-TCG), holds a masters of science in advanced architectural design from Columbia University after having previously studied in Athens and Paris. His academic and professional research focuses on the application of advanced technologies in all phases of architectural design, from the initial composition to the digital and robotic fabrication. He is a founding partner at Maeta Design, an architectural design and research firm based in Philadelphia, New York and Athens. In 2009 he co-founded ahylo, an architectural design and construction practice and “apomechanes” an intensive design lab on algorithmic processes and fabrication. Founder of algorithmicdesign.net, Ezio’s recent collaborations include new territories, biothing, acconci studio, a|Um studio and serge studio. He has taught generative design studios and seminars by means of computational geometry and digital fabrication at Weitzman School of Design, Columbia University, Yale SoA, Pratt Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Sciarc, Cooper Union, the Architectural Association, Michigan University, University of Technology Sydney and the Bartlett. His work has been exhibited and published internationally and is part of the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou.