Student
Eytan Mann

Eytan Mann is an architect, designer and developer, currently a researcher at the Design and Computation Group (SMarchS), MIT School of Architecture and Planning. Mann’s interests include mixed-reality technologies, gaming, mapping, remote sensing, interactive storytelling, and history and theory of design computation.

Eytan holds a Bachelors of Architecture and a Masters in Design Studies with Distinction from Tel-Aviv University in Israel (Suma Cum Laude). In the years 2012-2014 he was an Azrieli Fellow researcher of Digital Representation in Architecture.

Eytan has served as a research assistant at Bezalel Art and Architecture Academy in Jerusalem, where he developed digital tools for civic architecture and urban design. He has also worked for a number of leading architectural firms in Tel-Aviv, as team-leader architect for architectural competitions, some which received first prizes. His architectural experience is in developing projects in various scales - from interior design to urban planning. 

Areas of Interest
CAD/CAM, Civic Participation, Computation, Digital Fabrication, Globalization, Government, Historiography, Machine Learning, Prototyping, Public Art, Theory of Architecture, Urban Design, Visualization