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Andrew Witt

Andrew Witt is an Assistant Professor in Practice in Architecture at the GSD, teaching and researching in the cultural relationship of science and design. He is also co-founder, with Tobias Nolte, of Certain Measures, a Boston/Berlin-based office for design science. He was previously Director of Research at Gehry Technologies and a director at GT’s Paris, France office, where he solved complex geometric challenges for clients including Gehry Partners, Ateliers Jean Nouvel, UN Studio, and Coop Himmelb(l)au. His research on the relationship between scientific epistemologies and design has been recognized with a Fellowship at the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Graham Foundation grant. He has lectured widely, including at Yale, Princeton, MIT, The Bartlett, The Berlage, Stanford, UCLA, Berkeley, ETH, and EPFL, and his research has been published in in venues such as Log, AD, Surface, Space, Linear Algebra and its Applications, and Linear and Multilinear Algebra. He received an M.Arch (with distinction, AIA medal, James Thayer Scholarship, Frederick Shelden Travelling Fellowship) and an M.Des (History and Theory, with distinction) from the GSD.