Martín Alvarez is a Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Design and Construction. He studied Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires (U.B.A.) where he received his architectural degree in 2008 and continued teaching as a tutor in the chairs of Prof. Lombardi and Prof. Solsona. After graduating, he employed computational methods in many international projects at Ciro Najle General Design Bureau and completed various constructions at Estudio Ruiz Orrico in Argentina.
Before joining Institute for Computational Design and Construction in 2017, he collaborated with arch22 (Stuttgart) and completed the ITECH program (Dist). His current research focuses on the design of robotically sewn lightweight timber structures.