Eduardo Chamorro is an architect and researcher who works to discover how technology can transform architecture and its processes to improve people’s lives. He holds a Master Degree of Architecture from CEU San Pablo University (Spain), a Fab Academy diploma on Digital Fabrication offered by the Fab Lab Network and a Master Degree in Advanced Architecture from IAAC (Spain), with a specialization in digital fabrication, materiality and new design methodologies.
He holds as well a Spanish architectural licence. In addition, he has worked as Fab Lab Seoul director and researcher in several architecture studios, computational design and fabrication professor at CEU University, advisor as fabrication expert for different architecture collectives and he is a usual collaborator in Fab Lab Madrid. He is always seeking to achieve an innovative architecture that attempts to solve and adapt to social needs.
As digital fabrication expert, he leads the Digital Prototyping for Architecture course in the Master in Advanced Ecological Buildings at IAAC. For him, working in a multi-scalar environment must be the priority in an architect nowadays.