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Tim Schork (Founding Practice Partner)

Tim is an architect, lecturer, design critic and author and he is currently a lecturer in the Department of Architecture at Monash University. Internationally renowned for his design excellence and explorative, creative and innovative research, his work combines a sophisticated design philosophy with advanced technology in order to create novel design solutions that address contemporary social and cultural agendas.He has taught and lectured at the Architectural Association in London, Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, Royal College of Arts in London, the University of Arts in Berlin and RMIT University in Melbourne.

Paul Nicholas (Founding Practice Partner)

Paul holds a PhD in Architecture from RMIT University, Melbourne Australia, and joined the Center for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) as a post doctoral fellow in 2011.  Paul’s particular interest is in computational approaches that support new interdependencies between the architectural design process and other fields.  Paul co-founded the design practice Mesne Design Studio in 2005, and his current research explores the idea that composites, or designed materials, necessitate new relationships between materiality and digital representation.

Jerome Frumar (Practice Partner)

Jerome holds a bachelors of architecture from RMIT University Melbourne, Australia. He will be awarded his PhD in 2012. Jerome has extensive experience privately contracting on specialised aspects of numerous architecture, industrial design and art projects, and has been running multi-disciplinary design studios and elective seminars at RMIT University since 2006. Jerome’s teaching, writings and applied research projects have been widely published and exhibited across the disciplines of art, jewellery and industrial design, computer aided design, architecture and engineering, in both national and international settings.