Choreographing river dynamics
Erzë Dinarama, Iacopo Neri
Erzë Dinarama is an interdisciplinary designer and researcher working at the intersection of architecture, landscape urbanism, and computational design. Erzë has practiced in Italy, Kosovo, Germany, and Austria, and has also been involved in teaching activities at the Polytechnic University of Milan, Turin, Piacenza, and at the School of Design in Milan. Erzë currently works at studio Carlo Ratti Associati, and teaches at Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino.
Iacopo Neri leads a research lying at the intersection of architecture, computer science, and urban planning. He has been involved in academia since 2015, researching computational design and geospatial analysis. He has been involved in teaching activities at the University of Florence, The Polytechnic University of Milan, and at IAAC - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, where he is currently faculty of computational design and part of the Advanced Architectural Group’s Computational Design Research Team. In parallel, Iacopo has been practicing as a computational designer in Italy, Kosovo, and Spain.
Iacopo and Erzë are part of Studio Spatial Entities