Daniel Cardoso Llach

Daniel Cardoso Llach is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. His recent book Builders of the Vision: Software and the Imagination of Design (Routledge, 2015) is an intellectual history of Computer-Aided Design that identifies and documents the emergence of technological imaginaries of design in postwar research laboratories in the United States, and traces their architectural repercussions. An interdisciplinary scholar focusing on critical histories, practices and pedagogies of design, Daniel holds a PhD and an MS in Design and Computation from MIT and has been a visiting scholar at Leuphana, Germany, and the University of Cambridge, UK.