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EA-CR is a design research forum that operates in the ambiguous territory that lies between the now, the future and the speculative. Through the exploration of emergent technological, ecological and cultural impetuses, we attempt to piece together the probable and the possible worlds of tomorrow through investigations that operate on multiple scales, formats and materialities.


STEFAN SVEDBERG

Contact: svedberg@ea-cr.eu

Stefan Svedberg is a partner and co-founder of EA-CR. He has worked internationally as project architect and lead designer on a wide range of mid and large scale residential and commercial projects both through EA-CR and as an employee at Safdie Architects. He has also collaborated with a variety of firms internationally as a computational design consultant. He is currently a lecturer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has formally taught architectural studios, seminars and workshops at Chalmers University of Technology, Konstfack (Stockholm, Sweden) and the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taipei, Taiwan). In 2015 he helped set up and run the robot lab at Chalmers University of Technology. During this time he was a contributing author to EA-CR's contribution to the European Union's Horizon 2020 initiative ADAPT-r (Architecture, Design and Art Practice Training – research) and this work has been exhibited in Ghent, London, Barcelona, Paris, Aarhus, Glasgow and Melbourne. In 2014 he received funding from Fulbright, the Ax:son Johnson Foundation, the Swedish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and SCI-Arc to pursue a Master of Design Research at SCI-Arc (Los Angeles, USA) where he graduated with distinction. He also holds a Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden) and a Bachelor of Arts in Spatial Design from Chelsea College of Art and Design (London, United Kingdom).


HSENG TAI JA RENG LINTNER

Contact: lintner@ea-cr.eu

Hseng Tai Lintner is a partner and co-founder of EA-CR. She has worked internationally as project architect and lead designer on a wide range of mid and large scale residential and commercial projects. She has also collaborated with a variety of firms internationally as a computational design consultant. She is currently a lecturer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and she has formally taught architectural studios, seminars and workshops at Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden), Konstfack (Stockholm, Sweden), the University of Westminster (London, UK) and the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taipei, Taiwan). In 2015 she helped set up and run the robot lab at Chalmers University of Technology. During this time she also received funding from the Marie Curie Foundation and the European Union's Horizon 2020 initiative for an ADAPT-r (Architecture, Design and Art Practice Training - research) fellowship at the University of Westminster. The work produced by EA-CR during this fellowship has been exhibited in Ghent, London, Barcelona, Paris, Aarhus, Glasgow and Melbourne. In 2017 she received funding from Fulbright, the Sweden-America Foundation, the Swedish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and SCI-Arc to undertake the Architectural Technologies EDGE postgraduate research program at SCI-Arc (Los Angeles, USA). Hseng Tai holds a Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Chalmers University of Technology where she graduated with distinction and she holds a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honors in Spatial Design from Chelsea College of Art and Design (London, UK).