Arseni bridges the gap between digital design and the process of fabrication at a variety of scales. While at Harvard, Arseni worked on pushing innovation in technology and real estate financing. Besides this professional practice, his extensive experience and academic concentration in digital fabrication processes came from studying for his Masters of Architecture at GaTech. In the past, Arseni has collaborated on and completed projects locally as well as internationally. Arseni has taught digitally provocative courses at GaTech that have been showcased. He is a registered architect, designer in multiple media and product developer: always learning - always doing.
Arseni has co-founded three other organizations: DigitalWorkshopAtl, Sunny Etc, & FabLab, DWA is an organization that helps individuals learn 2D representation, 3D modeling, and 3D parametric software. Sunny Etc focuses on improving traditional construction methods of building, as well as consulting agency for solar and thermal energy for your home. FabLab helps realize projects with assistance of various CNC fabrication technologies.
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