This man is seeing things: Carlo Ratti | News | Architonic

It's perhaps no surprise that a man who's established himself as one of the world's leading experts in the relation between new technologies and the built environment – and their increasing integration – should himself be so supremely networked and embedded when it comes to his professional life. We’re talking about Italian architect Carlo Ratti, whose CV would leave only the most churlish unimpressed. Director of MIT’s Senseable City Lab and founding partner of the Turin-, New York- and London-based office Carlo Ratti Associati – whose innovation-led, total approach to shaping our material world sees interventions across the board and scale, from furniture design to urban planning – Ratti sharpened his academic teeth at such august institutions as the University of Cambridge and the Politecnico di Torino. He’s the ultimate example of how paradigm-shifting change happens when research and praxis engage in a fluent dialogue. Ratti takes to the stage at this year’s ISE fair in Amsterdam,… continue

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