Hadin Charbel and Deborah Lopez are both architects and founders of Pareid – (n) approximations in architecture; an interdisciplinary design and research studio. They are currently PhD candidates at the University of Tokyo where they have both been awarded the Monbukagakusho scholarship (MEXT) since beginning their Master’s in 2014. Hadin received his B.A in architectural studies from UCLA and Deborah a Bachelor of Arts and Master’s of Architecture from the European University of Madrid. Combined, they have worked for offices in Los Angeles, Spain, Bangkok, Beirut and Tokyo.
Their research has been featured and presented at conferences in the United States and Europe including ACADIA Post-human Frontiers (Taubman College, Ann Arbor, MI, 2016), Technarte Art+Technology Conference (Bilbao, 2017), COCA First International Conference in Architectural Communication (ETSAM, Madrid, 2017) and most recently at ACADIA Disciplines & Disruption (MIT, Cambridge, 2017). Their recent works have focused on interdisciplinary approaches in design with themes addressing experimental fabrication techniques, sensorial spaces and ecologies at the intersection of human skill, perception and digital technologies.
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