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Dr Tomass Svilans
  • Teaching Fellow
  • The Bartlett School of Architecture
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Tom Svilans is an architectural designer and researcher based in Copenhagen, Denmark. His research focuses on the role of emerging technologies in revealing new modes of material practice and the performative nature of manufacturing. Tom is currently completing a PhD research project at CITA (Centre for IT and Architecture) in Copenhagen, as part of the EU-funded InnoChain training network. The project explores large-scale free-form timber construction in close collaboration with the digital research unit Dsearch at White Arkitekter (SE) and the free-forms department of timber contractor Blumer Lehmann (CH).

Tom combines an expertise in digital fabrication methods with international experience in design, fabrication, and media work. Tom also co-directs MAJORVISUAL, an image-making practice that has international experience in providing high-quality visualization for the architectural and creative industries.
01-JAN-2016 PhD Fellow CITA KADK, Denmark
01-JAN-2014 – 10-OCT-2015 Teaching Fellow Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2013 MArch Master of Architecture – Architecture University College London
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