Farzaneh Eskandari is a computational designer in architecture who is deeply passionate about digital timber construction. She obtained her bachelor's degree in architectural engineering, delving into the fundamentals of design and construction. Eager to explore the intersection of technology and architecture, she pursued a master's degree in computational design in architecture, focusing on computational geometry and digital fabrication.
Currently, Farzaneh is a PhD. candidate at EPFL and a researcher at NCCR. In collaboration with Robotic Systems lab, she works on using quadrupedal manipulators for on-site timber assembly. Her work aims to advance the field by combining robotics and sustainable construction techniques, creating ecologically conscious built environments for the future.
Role in the NCCR Digital Fabrication
Onsite timber assembly