Digital Matters and the College of Architecture+Planning are pleased to welcome Dimitri Kim as the Digital Matters Faculty Fellow beginning January 2019!
Dimitri will be housed in Digital Matters and teach in the Multi-Disciplinary Design program from 2019-2021, working in the intersection of the digital arts and humanities.
Dimitri Damiel Kim is a founding member and principal of ‘X-Lab’ (XMANIFOLD Applied Design Research Laboratory), a trans-disciplinary practice working in all scales of projects in architecture, interior, product, and urban environment. As a new faculty fellow of Digital Matters and a visiting assistant professor of Multi-Disciplinary Design Program at the College of Architecture + Planning, Dimitri will help bridge the gap between interdisciplinary research and design. Dimitri received a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design (M.Sc) from Columbia University and a Master of Architecture (M.Arch) from SCI-Arc. He was a fellow resident of Columbia University’s Design Tech Incubator, GSAPP Inc., from 2015-2017 and have previously taught architecture and interior design at CUNY, NJIT, FIT, NYSID, and the New school at Parsons.