Tommaso Casucci is a Computational designer interested in exploring new design strategies integrated within the fields of computation and new technologies. He currently works as a member of the Computation and Design (co|de) group at Zaha Hadid Architects as well as curating an independent research oriented project named Synthetic Morphologies. Tommaso is a member of the Italian research group Co-de-iT.
Tommaso held the position of contract professor of Digital Modelling Techniques at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna from 2013 to 15, he also tutored various workshops and visiting schools in collaboration between others with Bartlett UCL, Architectural Association, University of Bologna, University of Genova, WAAG society.
He holds a Master of Architecture (MArch) and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) from the University Florence, Italy.
His Master thesis ‘Behavioural Surfaces’ was presented at the eCAADe conference in Prague in 2012.
Tommaso have been working/collaborating with different architectural and design offices such as SPAN Architects (2010), Kokkugia (2012), DecodeBim(2013).