Darío Núñez-Ameni is Partner at
Atelier DNA is an international collaborative design studio that includes architects, artists, writers, information scientists, and a biologist. Their practice, using a holistic design approach, combines tectonics, program and new strategies in sustainable design, and deployment to generate both conceptual and actual designs of environments, industrial products, and public spaces. Atelier DNA has offices in New York, Portland, Graz, and Milan.
Darío earned his degree in architecture from The Cooper Union in 1993 where from 1996 to 2002 he taught Freshman design and computational design methods. He has worked in the studio of Raimund Abraham and later was, from 1997 to 2008, a designer and partner at Acconci Studio, a public art and architecture studio started by conceptual artist Vito Acconci.
Darío has lectured at The Cooper Union, MIT, Pratt Institute, and Columbia University and currently advises Ph.D. candidates on adaptive design strategies at the Complex Systems & Artificial Intelligence Research Center of the Università degli Studi di Milano — Bicocca.
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