Dominik Reisach is an architectural and computational designer with a special interest in sustainability, digital fabrication, and traditional craft. He has taught as a teaching assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and at Munich University of Applied Sciences. Dominik worked for architecture offices in Germany and Denmark, focusing on sustainability, computational design, and upcycling. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Munich University of Applied Sciences and a Master of Science in Architecture from Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. In his thesis, he developed an integrated workflow for the design and robotic fabrication of free-form timber structures using upcycled offcuts.
Dominik’s research explores processes of repair and rehabilitation in architecture with digital fabrication and 3D printing using natural and artificial stone.