Kasper Ax is a PhD researcher in architecture at CITA (Center for Information Technology and Architecture) at the Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture, in Copenhagen. He is an architect, researcher and educator with a particular interest computational and digital, architectural design. His research is situated within the ‘Materialising Design’ work package of the InnoChain ETN network connecting ‘research in practice’ with ‘research in academia’, where his Phd focuses on the planning of manufacturing and assembly procedures in synthesized, computational design processes. Kasper earned his Master degree from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, in London after having completed his bachelor degree in architectural design at the Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. He was previously an Associate Architect at the Brussels/London based practice LASSA Architects, and has worked in other high profile architectural practices such as Asymptote, New York, and MarcosandMarjan Ltd., London. His work has featured in exhibitions in London, Denmark, Italy, at the Venice Biennale and has been published on various websites and design magazines including the AD Magazine. Prior to joining CITA in 2016, Kasper taught intermediate and diploma units at the Architectural Association, London, since 2009, and has run various units in other architecture schools including the Bartlett, UCL, the Aarhus School of Architecture and the University of Westminster.