Karen Antorveza is a Colombian industrial designer and design researcher based in Buenos Aires. She graduated from UADE. Her interests concerning the digital technologies, experimental processes and the design process as the source of innovation. Since 2015 she share the direction of TaMaCo, a laboratory of research and experimentation in design and architecture, where she has developed several projects related to digital fabrication, such as furniture, installations and artefacts. She is part of a research group of the Universidad Buenos Aires that focus on digital fabrication applied to architecture. She is researching the changes of design processes regarding the connection of digital technology and materiality.
Francesco Milano received his Master of Architecture degree from IUAV (Instituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia) and UB (Universidad de Belgrano), Buenos Aires. He worked as a professional in different countries such as Italy, The Netherlands, Brasil and Argentina, where he both developed personal projects and collaborated with local firms. He is currently director of TaMaCo, a research workshop dedicated to experimentation in art, design and architecture, and Professor of Architecture at UNLAM (Universidad Nacional de la Matanza). His main interests are architectural geometry, computational design and digital fabrication.