As leader of NBBJ’s Design Computation team, Andrew Heumann oversees strategy, development, and implementation of computational tools for a wide range of projects and applications. He has developed a suite of tools for NBBJ’s corporate and commercial practice, which aid in the management of project metrics, environmental and urban analysis, and façade design. Andrew is trained in both architecture and computer science, and has lectured and taught seminars at Cornell University, Yale University, California College of the Arts, and the University of Washington. His work has been published in Wallpaper* magazine, CLOG journal, and at conferences including ACADIA and SIMAUD. He will also be a Hackathon Leader.
SKILLS & TOPICS: Grasshopper, C#, parametric collaboration tools, interactive web interfaces, distributed/cloud-based simulation, Digital Tools + Creativity
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