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My name is Tim Fischer and I am a Milan/Berlin based computational designer with an M.Sc. in Architecture and Urban Design from Politecnico di Milano.
Since 2014 I have been consulted by a variety of clients and been part of a wide spectrum of projects, covering small prototyping, architectural design, structural analysis and optimization, website design, and plugin development.
In 2021, I published a research paper on 'Responsive Systems in Seismic Computational Design'; specifically architectural early design phase implementation. The published work is now available within the IASS conference proceedings.
Besides design, I have a passion for making tools for designers, engineers, and fabrication. I developed various C# scripts and plugin components and worked full-time as a backend developer for over a year.
My goal is to use computational design to create innovative and performance-oriented solutions for various challenges in AEC, software development, automation, algorithmic solutions, agent-based exploration, carpentry and fabrication.
I am always interested in consulting and collaboration proposals, please do not hesitate to contact me for further information.