Susannah Dickinson

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Complex Systems Winter School 2015

Susannah Dickinson is an architect and Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona. Her work explores the relationship that computational design and fabrication processes can have in the development of more ecologically responsive environments. This stems from a background in digital processes, parametric modeling, BIM, and digital fabrication, largely gained through years of professional experience in the offices of Frank O. Gehry, Los Angeles and SHoP Architects, New York. This technological background is coupled with a belief that it is our responsibility as architects to be concerned with the entire built and natural environment.