Peter Geelmuyden Magnus and Antonio Atripaldi are former students at the Master in Advanced Architecture (MAA). Both alumni highlight their experience at IAAC as an opportunity to research and grow professionally within a passionate and dynamic international atmosphere.
Peter Magnus is a Norwegian architect specialized in construction technology and urbanism with focus on computational design and digital fabrication. He has a broad international experience, with more 7 years studying and working abroad. Since completing his Master of Advanced Architecture at IAAC as Top 3 in his class, he has been working for Carlo Ratti Associati– an internationally renowned design and innovation office based in Turin, before joining and launching GMETRI Barcelona in 2017.
Antonio Atripaldi (MAA Class of 2011) worked as a trainee in the cabinet of Professor Maurizion Marcelloni in Rome, mainly in the field of architectural and urban planning. In 2011 he was awarded a scholarship to work with the FabLab of Barcelona at IAAC and was responsible for organizing and running the digital fabrication facilities. After his experience at IAAC he is now working at Carlo Ratti‘s design firm and at the same time he is collaborating with the centre as Master in City and Technology (MaCT) faculty member.