Pablo Ros as main teacher Pablo Ros graduated as an architect obtaining a specialization degree in Structural Engineering at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB) . He received his Post Professional Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design (MSAAD) from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) at Columbia University in the city of New York. After concluding the Advanced Architectural Research Program (AAR) at Columbia University, he is pursuing a Phd focused on Neuro-Architecture. He is recipient of Arquia-Fundación de Arquitectos´03, La Caixa’09, Gatsby Arts Foundation´12 and Kinne´12 grants. . He is a researcher within Storefront for Art and Architecture Technology Platform and collaborates at Cloud Lab at GSAPP, an experimental platform that explores the design of the environment through emerging technologies in computing, interface and device culture. . He has worked for different international practices, most notably Cloud 9 and Foreign Office Architects (FOA). As Project Director and Associate Architect he was responsible of the design and construction of a wide range of projects, most notably the South-East Coastal Park in Barcelona, La Rioja Technological Center in Logroño, Zona Franca Office Park D38 or the Madrid Pavilion for the Shanghai Expo´10. In a more infrastructural scale, he has develop the urban planning of the Aerospace Campus in Toulouse, and the new ports of Marbella and Santander in Spain. His work has been nominated and awarded by the Mies Van der Rohe, FAD, and Think-Space Prizes, amongst others. . He combines both academic and professional experience. He has been teaching at GSAPP Columbia University, Barnard College or Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Catalunya (IAAC). He is currently tutoring the Diploma18 Unit “Energy Attack” at the Architectural Association of London and is the Head of the Office of Cloud 9. Alexandre Dubor as assistant teacher From web  platform to 6axis Robot, Alexandre Dubor is an architect hacking new technologies in an attempt to reinvent how we buil and leave in our cities. He recently joined the academic field as teacher and lecturer in different school (Iaac / FabLab Barcelona, TU Delft, TU Vienna and UTS), while working on various research including Magnetic Architecture and Smart Citizen.