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ANNE Franklin Lee and Anne Save de Beaurecueil are directors of SUBdV, using a mixture of high and low design technologies to generate environmentally responsive geometries for architecture and urban design projects. The projects are realised through a negotiation between formal and informal entities,  combining computation and digital fabrication with local techniques, materials and economies. They have published, exhibited and lectured about their work worldwide, including the Beijing Biennale, the Rotterdam Biennale, the Athens Synthasoris Exhibition, the London Festival of Architecture, the Museum of Arte Moderna (MAM) São Paulo Panorama 33 Exhibition and the International Festival of Electronic Language (FILE) in São Paulo.  They are also currently directing the Architectural Association(AA) Brazil Visiting Schools focusing on architecture projects for various grassroots micro-agencies, ranging from self-organized favela residents’ associations, to carnival samba schools in Rio de Janeiro, to a former boxer champion’s informal sports academy under the viaducts in São Paulo.  They were formerly AA Diploma Unit 2 Masters from 2005 to 2010 and have taught at the Pratt Institute and Columbia University in New York, from where they both also received Master’s degrees. The work of AA Diploma Unit 2 has been featured in AD, ArchiCree, and the AA Agendas 7 Articulated Grounds: Mediating Environment and Culture publication.
base_square Jeff Chicarelli earned his bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from University of São Paulo (FAU USP). He has worked extensively with digital fabrication throughout his University experience from creating furniture and architecture models through the production of prosthetics in professional laboratories. He has also studied and worked abroad at Parsons The New School, the University of Buenos Aires and the University of Toronto. For his Undergraduate Thesis he explored digital fabrication and the way communities could interact with it.
Foto_bw150 Júlia Tenuta is currently studying Product Design at Belas Artes. Before that she studied Control and Automation Engineering at UNICAMP. She has completed multiple courses in Art and Design, including a summer course at Conventry University in the UK. She was also monitor and researcher at Belas Artes FabLab, having published two works about digital fabrication and parametric modeling. For her Undergraduate Thesis, she is exploring the use of algorithms in product design.
mugshot_Guilherme_2017 Guilherme Giantini earned his bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Planning at  State University of Campinas – Unicamp. During his University period he was involved with parametric design and digital fabrication, which led him into an exchange program at ETH Zurich – Switzerland. As a student and intern at Gramazio Kohler Research (Chair of Digital Fabrication) he worked on robotically fabricated architectural projects. For his Undergradute Thesis he explored Landscape Urbanism and ground articulation concepts with a parametric design approach. Currently he is currently a M. Sc. Candidate at ATC/FEC – Unicamp, where he is investigating on environmental topological systems. Currently he is currently a M. Sc. Candidate at ATC/FEC – Unicamp, where he is investigating on environmental topological systems.
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