Carlo Maria Morsiani,
Italian architect. After completing his first degree at the Politecnico of Milan he continued his studies, thanks to two different scholarships, both in the United States, at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, and in The Netherlands, at the Delft University of Technology. Various collaborations with different international architecture and furniture firms such as Arata Isozaki, MVRDV, Christian Kerez and IABLU led him to work in Switzerland, today, at the architectural office Herzog & de Meuron.

Matthijs la Roi,
Dutch architect. Specialized in parametric design, he has professional experience both in the field of naval engineering and computer science: he was involved in the education and support of design software such as Grasshopper, Maya and Rhino. Graduate with the hyperbody group at the Delft University of Technology his main concern lies between non-standard and interactive architecture with a particular interest in various CNC fabrication techniques. He currently works with the group LAVA in Stuttgart, Germany.