Larry Sass is assistant professor in the Department of Architecture of MIT that has developed the use of digital fabrication equipment and software for design issues. His research about digital fabrication demonstrates that buildings can be designed and constructed in computers and paper is not necessary. Sass worked previously for several architectural practices in Boston and New York. He received his BArch from Pratt Institute and his MS Arch and PhD from MIT. He also serves as the Director of Digital Design and Fabrication Group within the School of Architecture of MIT.
Last update: 14/02/2008