Damon is a designer and research scientist at The Living / Autodesk Research. Graduated from Columbia University with a Masters of Architecture and UC Berkeley with a BArch, with an emphasis in researching new design workflows in architecture and parametric design. Current work is deeply immersed in generative geometry for optimization and advanced fabrication techniques with projects in aerospace, experimental architecture, and academia, involving 3D printing, FEA+CFD simulation, and hands-on fabrication.
Has two years experience working in Architecture firms in San Francisco as well as an internship at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale CA. At Columbia, served as studio mentor for Core 1 studios and Visual Studies. Was core member of HyFi MoMA design and construction team in 2014, and ongoing member of a design team working with a high profile aerospace company.
Danil Nagy, Damon Lau , John Locke, James Stoddart, Lorenzo Villaggi, Ray Wang, Dale Zhao, David Benjamin (2017)Project Discover: An application of generative design for architectural space planning
SimAUD 2017 Conference proceedings:
Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design
The Living / Autodesk Research
New York, NY 10006