Giuseppe is a qualified architect (UK/ARB) and an overseas engineer (Italy) with a keen interest in computational design. He has been awarded an MSc in Architectural Engineering in Italy and an MRes in Adaptive Architecture and Computation at The Bartlett, UCL. He is interested in the application of digital techniques in architectural design and a variety of other areas including interaction design, physical computing and parametric modelling.
After completing his studies, he has worked on bespoke international projects in the field of sport architecture, workplace and transportation buildings, including aviation and underground projects. During these experiences he has mainly focused on the optimisation of complex geometries in a BIM environment using visual programming and scripting tools.
Giuseppe joined Bryden Wood in 2017 as an Architect & Computational Designer within the Digital Delivery Team. Currently, he is working on the Cladding design of the St James Centre - Edinburgh, a mixed-use development for which he is enhancing the environmental performances and the buildability of the envelope.