Takaharu Tezuka

Architect, President of Tezuka Architects, Professor of Tokyo City University

1964 Born in Tokyo, Japan
1987 B. Arch., Musashi Institute of Technology
1990 M. Arch., University of Pennsylvania
1990-1994 Richard Rogers Partnership Ltd.
1994 Founded Tezuka Architects with Yui Tezuka
1996-2008 Associate Professor, Musahi Institute of Technology
2009- Professor, Tokyo City University

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The Best of All, OECD/CELE 4th Compendium of Exemplary Educational Facilities (2011, Fuji Kindergarten)
Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan for Design (2008, Fuji Kindergarten)
Japan Institute of Architects Award (2008, Fuji Kindergarten) (2015, Sora no Mori Clinic)
AR Award 2004, the Architectural Review (Echigo-matsunoyama Museum of Natural Science)
Good Design Gold Prize (1997, Soejima Hospital) (2013, Asahi Kindergarten)
Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2017, UNESCO
Moriyama RAIC International Prize 2017 (Fuji Kindergarten), Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)
BCS Prize (2018, Sora no Mori Clinic), Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
World Architecture Festival 2018, School Completed Buildings Winner (Muku Nursery School)

2004 Venice Biennale of Architecture
2013 Carnegie International
2018 Venice Biennale of Architecture “Freespace”

Takaharu + Yui Tezuka Architecture Catalogue 1-3. TOTO Publishing
Takaharu + Yui Tezuka NOSTALGIC FUTURE ERINNERTE ZUKUNFT, Jovis, 2009.
Tezuka Architects: The Yellow Book, Edited by Thomas Sherman & Greg Logan, Jovis, 2016 The best kindergarten you’ve ever seen”

Yui Tezuka

Architect / President of Tezuka Architects

1969 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
1992 B. Arch., Musashi Institute of Technology
1992-1993 The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
1994 Founded Tezuka Architects with Takaharu Tezuka

More about Yui Tezuka

The Best of All, OECD/CELE 4th Compendium of Exemplary Educational Facilities (2011, Fuji Kindergarten)
Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan for Design (2008, Fuji Kindergarten)
Japan Institute of Architects Award (2008, Fuji Kindergarten) (2015, Sora no Mori Clinic)
AR Award 2004, the Architectural Review (Echigo-matsunoyama Museum of Natural Science)
Good Design Gold Prize (1997, Soejima Hospital) (2013, Asahi Kindergarten)
Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2017, UNESCO
Moriyama RAIC International Prize 2017 (Fuji Kindergarten), Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)
BCS Prize (2018, Sora no Mori Clinic), Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
World Architecture Festival 2018, School Completed Buildings Winner (Muku Nursery School)

2004 Venice Biennale of Architecture
2013 Carnegie International
2018 Venice Biennale of Architecture “Freespace”

Takaharu + Yui Tezuka Architecture Catalogue 1-3. TOTO Publishing
Takaharu + Yui Tezuka NOSTALGIC FUTURE ERINNERTE ZUKUNFT, Jovis, 2009.
Tezuka Architects: The Yellow Book, Edited by Thomas Sherman & Greg Logan, Jovis, 2016 Takaharu Tezuka “The best kindergarten you’ve ever seen”

Ian Ritchie

ritchie*studio, London, Great Britain

Ian Ritchie leads one of the world’s most thoughtful, innovative and influential contemporary collaborative architectural practices which has received over 100 national and international awards. Ian is a Royal Academician and elected member of the Akademie der Künste. He is Honorary Visiting Professor of Architecture Liverpool University; Fellow of the Society of Façade Engineering; Emeritus Commissioner CABE and advises Backstage Trust. Recently he was advisor to The Ove Arup Foundation, the President of Columbia University, and to the Director of the Centre for Urban Science and Progress NYU.

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He has chaired many international juries including the RIBA Stirling Prize, the RIAS Doolan Award, Berlin Art Prize, Czech Architecture Grand Prix Jury and the French government’s ‘Nouveaux Jeunes Albums’. He was a founder director of Rice Francis Ritchie, a design engineering practice based in Paris. He continues to lecture globally, has written many books, including poetry, and recently edited AD Neuro-Architecture published by Wiley. Ian’s art is held in several international galleries and museums.

Thomas Mical

Professor, Jindal Global University, India

Thomas Mical has been teaching and researching globally on modern and hypermodern theories of architecture and urbanism over a long career in diverse international architecture programs. He has an M.Arch. from Harvard GSD on sci-fi urbanism and a Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in architectural theory, philosophy, and art history. He has taught 50 design studios and has been a tenured professor in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. He has held fellowships at the Architectural Association (UK), London School of Economics (UK), and DAAD and Fulbright (Germany).

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His research in architectural theory examines how concepts are formed, transformed, and disperse into architecture and the wider sensorium. His design research examines the range of meanings and senses forming the complexity of conceived, perceived, and lived spaces. In Delhi he will be researching with global partners aspects of urban prototyping for high-density urbanism and how this can transform everyday life. His recurring theoretical sources include Felix Guattari and Henri Lefebvre. His recent PhD students have examined topics including Spatial Alterity in Beirut, Decolonizing Textile Design in Mexico, and Cognitive Capitalism in Chicago.


PhD. Architectural Theory, Georgia Institute of Technology.
M.Sc. Architectural Theory, Georgia Institute of Technology.
M. Arch., Harvard University GSD.
B.Des.Hons Architecture, University of Florida.

Teaching and Research Interests

History of Modern Architecture and Urbanism, Contemporary Theory in Architecture, Media-Philosophy, Recombinant Urbanism, Critical Theory and Continental Philosophy, Qualitative Research Methods

Lucija AŽMAN Momirski

Associate Professor, Arch., Faculty of Architecture at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Lučka Ažman Momirski received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Architecture in 1986, followed by a master’s degree in 1993 and PhD in 2004. As a registered architect since 1988, she has been a professor of architecture and urban design since 2010 as well as the chair for technology, computer design, and (urban) management at the Faculty of Architecture since 2012.

More about Lucija Ažman Momirski

She served as vice dean of science and research at the faculty from 2005 to 2007, has been a visiting assistant professor at the Graz University of Technology and a visiting professor at the University of Zagreb, and has taught in Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Liechtenstein, Turkey, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In addition to her teaching, she has received several first prizes and awards in national and international architectural and urban design competitions, led a number of international research and professional projects, published articles and books in Slovenia and abroad, held numerous international conferences and workshops, edited several publications, and prepared more than twenty exhibitions.

Marcos Cruz

Architect, Professor of Innovative Environments at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, Great Britain

Prof. Cruz is co-Director of the award-winning Bio-ID lab, which is a cross-disciplinary research platform between architecture and biochemical engineering founded with Dr Brenda Parker at UCL to develop new forms of bio-integrated and sustainable design for the built environment. In the past 15 years his research has focused on the development of bioreceptive materials with recent collaborative projects including several Poikilohydric Living Walls (exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Paris), INDUS – a novel bioremediation system winner of the A-D-O Water Design Futures, New York, Calcareous Arabesque – a waste-driven acoustic wall (currently in exhibition at the Design Museum in London).

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Cruz was the Director of the Bartlett between January 2010 and January 2014, having been responsible for a major transformation of the school in terms of its current internationalization and uncontested reputation as the number one school in the UK. His varied teaching activity as an investigator, tutor and critic has been carried out in numerous international universities, including the IaaC in Barcelona where he runs the C-Biom.A group, University of Westminster in London and UCLA in Los Angeles, but most of all at UCL in London where he ran MArch Unit 20 for 19 years. In collaboration with Marjan Colletti this unit was one of the most emblematic and forward-thinking at the Bartlett, with great emphasis on the application of novel digital technologies and environmentally-sensitive solutions to building design. Cruz is also regularly invited as an advisor to academic institutions as well as a jury member of International competitions.

Cruz studied at the ESAP in Porto from where he graduated in 1997, while frequenting courses at the ETSAB/UPC in Barcelona. After moving to London he gained a Master’s degree with distinction and started a PhD research at the Bartlett sponsored by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), which he finished in 2007. His investigations about Neoplasmatic Architecture won the first international RIBA President’s Research Award for Outstanding PhD Thesis in 2008.

Back in 2000 he was part of the design team with Peter Cook and Colin Fournier for the Kunsthaus Graz competition (first prize). In the same year Cruz also co-founded the atelier mam/marcosandmarjan, whose work was extensively exhibited, including the Venice and Sao Paulo Biennales, along with two major solo exhibitions in Hamburg and Braunschweig. marcosandmarjan also designed the 75th Lisbon Book Fair, several winning competitions and the Algaezebo, a pavilion commissioned by the London GLA for the London Olympics. Their Algae-Cellunoi wall installation was purchased to become part of the permanent collection of the FRAC, Orleans. 

Cruz is the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles with focus on bio-integrated design. He is also author of several books: Sobre El Cuerpo Habitable de la Arquitectura (FARQ 2014); The Inhabitable Flesh of Architecture (Ashgate, 2013); and marcosandmarjan – Interfaces/Intrafaces (SpringerWienNewYork, 2005). He was editor of AD – Neoplasmatic Design (John Wiley & Sons, 2008); PhD Research Projects 2009 (Bartlett UCL, 2009); Flesh and Vision (Forum da Maia, 2000); Unit 20 (University of Valencia/ACTAR, 2002); and three annual Bartlett Books (Bartlett UCL, 2012/2013). His work was also published in the monograph Unpredictable Flesh (Mimesis, 2004).

Keisuke Toyoda

Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo (Project Professor, Vice Chair of Center for Interspace), Japan
Noiz, gluon, Tokyo, Japan

Born in 1972 in Chiba, Japan, prof. Toyoda gained his experience working, among others in Tadao Ando Architect & Associates (1996-2000), SHoP Architects (2002-2006, New York). In 2007, together with Jia-Shuan Tsai, he founded Noiz, based in both Tokyo and Taipei, which Kosuke Sakai joined as a partner in 2016 (the Warsaw branch was opened in 2020).

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Noiz is a multi-disciplinary architecture design firm which is known as a front-runner in computational methods both in design and fabrication. Their work covers a wide range from architecture to media art installation, product design to smart city consultation. 

In 2017 Toyoda founded gluon with Mitsuhiro Kanada, a consulting and advisory firm on the issues about Common Ground. He served as an advisor for EXPO 2025 OSAKA venue design for bidding (2017-2018). He founded and now serves as a vice chairman for Architectural Informatics Society (2020-) and advisor for Osaka Common Ground Living Lab (2020-). Toyoda has joined the Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo as a Visiting Professor, then promoted to a Project Professor and vice chair of the Center for Interspace by October, 2021.

Jordan Lacey

Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, School of Design, RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia

Jordan Lacey is a transdisciplinary artist, who specializes in soundscape design and the creation of public sound art installations. He was recently awarded an Australian Research Council (DECRA) grant titled Translating Ambiance (2019-21). This project combines biophilic design and ambiance theory to discover new techniques for the creation of sound art installations. 

More about Jordan Lacey

He is author of Sonic Rupture: a practice-led approach to soundscape design (2016, Bloomsbury Publishing) and author of the forthcoming Urban Roar: a psychophysical approach to the design of affective environments (2022, Bloomsbury Publishing). He is based in the School of Design at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia and is an associate editor for the Journal of Sonic Studies, which is based in the Netherlands.

Rafał Czajkowski

Dr., head of Laboratory of Spatial Memory at the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences.

He is interested in the process of encoding, storing and retrieval of spatial memory. In particular, the research of his group aims at investigating relationships between the hippocampus and cortical areas in the formation of memory trace. He uses a combination of behavioral, biochemical and microscopic methods and utilizes animal models for his research.

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  • Since 2016: Group leader, Laboratory of Spatial Memory, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology;
  • 2009-2012: Postdoctoral research at Centre for the Biology of Memory, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway;
  • 2004-2009: Postdoctoral research at Department of Neurobiology, University of California, Los Angeles, USA;
  • 2004: PhD, Laboratory of Signals Transduction, Nencki Institute of Exp. Biology;

Michael Fowler

Ph.D., Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany

Michael Fowler is an independent researcher whose work is interdisciplinary. He is primarily interested in the examination, analysis, composition and design of exemplary sound-space. He studied music in Australia (University of Newcastle) and the USA (University of Cincinnati), and pursued an international concert career as a pianist and electronic musician working with some of the most notable composers of the late 20th Century including Karlheinz Stockhausen, Steve Reich and Milton Babbitt. 

More about Michael Fowler

During his career as a musician he performed in Greece, Australia, Canada, Japan, China, USA, Mexico and Germany. He has won acclaim from critics including those writing for The New York Times, Atlanta Constitution-Journal, Birmingham News, and Sydney Morning Herald. After spending a year in Japan studying Japanese aesthetics in 2002 he took up a Post-Doctoral position at the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory in Melbourne Australia. He has published on topics including the semiotics of Japanese garden design, concepts of sound and listening in architecture and landscape architecture, the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, and the utilization of techniques from mathematics and AI for representing indeterminate musical spaces in the scores of John Cage. His artistic practice has also included the presentation and design of immersive sound installations that have been staged in Australia, China and Japan. He is an alumnus of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung research fellowship program.

Tessa Matteini

Associate professor in Landscape Architecture, University of Florence, Italy

Tessa Matteini is an architect, landscape architect and Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture. Currently is an Associate professor at the Department of Architecture, she taught Landscape Architecture since 2007 at the University of Perugia, Florence, Venice and Bologna.
From June 2017, she is the Director of UNISCAPE, the European network supporting the principles of the European Landscape Convention.
From 2018 she is a member of the Academic Board of Ph.D. programme in Sustainability and innovation for the design. From 2019 she is a coordinator of the post-graduate Landscape Architecture Master at the University of Florence.

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As a registered member of AIAPP (Italian Association of Landscape Architect within IFLA Europe) she has been working since 1997 as a professional in landscape architecture, specialized in design and active/inventive conservation of historical sites and gardens; planning, design and management of layered landscapes; archaeological site and park landscaping.
She has investigated topics in the field of landscape architecture, especially focusing on the design of historical open space systems, and archaeological landscape projects, and given lectures and seminars, as well as participated in many international congresses in the mentioned areas..
She wrote more than one hundred contributions (books, essays and articles) focusing on various landscape topics, especially planning, design and inventive conservation of historical gardens, and archaeological site landscaping.

Natalia Olszewska

NAAD – Università IUAV and Politecnico di Milano; Co-founder of Impronta,
a Neuroscience Consultancy for Architecture

Researcher and practitioner working between the fields of neuroscience and architecture. Underwent unique educational training in medicine (Jagiellonian University & Tor Vergata), neuroscience (University College London, École Normale Supérieure and Sorbonne), and ‘neuroscience applied to architectural design’ (Università IUAV). Gained professional experience working at Hume, a science-informed architecture and urban design studio created by Itai Palti, where worked as Lab Lead and participated in projects for big companies and individual clients.

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A faculty member of NAAD (Neuroscience Applied to Architectural Design) Master organized by Università IUAV and Politecnico di Milano. A fellow of The Centre for Conscious Design, home to the Conscious Cities movement, and a global think-tank that searches to address social challenges through urban design, co-responsible for the ‘Neuroscience and Architecture’ and ‘Design for Wellbeing’ domains.
Co-founder of Impronta, a neuroscience consultancy for architecture helping environmental creators to optimize human experience of architectural and urban spaces.

Karol Argasiński

Msc Eng. Arch., BIMfaktoria Founder

Has earned a Msc Of Arch from the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT). Interested in heritage, he is also enhancing his knowledge in architectural heritage and preservation at the Arts Faculty at the Nikolai Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. Currently he is continuing research during his Phd on the topic of creating virtual modeling of architectural heritage.

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He founded the company BIMfaktoria out of his passion for the preservation of monuments and cultural heritage. It started with extensive architectural analyses through inventory taking by means of laser scanning existing monumental structures. With repeatedly enhancing the process of digitizing historic structures, Mr. Argasiński has collected a myriad of knowledge when it comes to the approach of how to incorporate historic preservation via point clouds and complex BIM tools such as PointCab, Archicad, Revit or Allplan, gathering years of experience and deepening knowledge, the company has expanded services to include not only complex OpenBIM compliant inventories, but also take part in activities that aim to improve the work of architects and engineers in the AECO industry. By implementing BIM software and openBIM methodologies, but above all by implementing BIM technology processes throughout the project lifecycle. BIMfaktoria digitizes the world around us, transforming what is temporary and fragile into lasting and fascinating experiences, images and animations. He is also an exclusive partner for PointCab GmbH in Poland. As sharing knowledge is a core value, he is an Academic Lecturer in ZIGURAT Global Institute of Technology, during Master’s in Global BIM Management and Construction Project Management where he shares his views on BIM Implementation, Common Data Environments and OpenBIM methods of work. He is also a Co-Editor in BIMe Initiative creating the polish version of BIM Dictionary. Mr. Argasiński is a GRAPHISOFT Certified BIM Manager and Certified ArchiCAD Professional. Through his experience he is developing and actively teaching software techniques and works with companies on introducing them to the OpenBIM world by implementing software and methods of work being also buildingSMART Polish Chapter member working in Educational Room.

Maciej Błaszak

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Maciej Błaszak, Ph.D. Associate Professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Biologist, cognitive scientist, and philosopher interested in interactions between the human brain and its built environment. His main area of research is predictive and embodied cognition, ecological psychology applied to smart cities and self-actualization through directed brain’s learning. Participant of scholarships in Kiel, Germany (DAAD) and Edinburgh, Scotland (Tempus). Author and co-author of five books and many scientific papers. Counsellor for business partners and educational companies.

Małgorzata Kuciewicz and
Simone De Iacobis

CENTRALA Warsaw, Poland

CENTRALA is Warsaw-based architecture and research studio that works with reinterpretations and spatial interventions aimed at renewing the language of architecture. In their architecture research practice, they examine the relationship between architecture and natural phenomena. They conceive of architecture as a process, considering gravity, water circulation, and atmospheric and astronomical events its building materials. Interested in memory and materiality of architecture,

CENTRALA stimulates public debate on the protection of the post-war architectural heritage. Learning from the legacy of Warsaw designers (such as Zofia and Oskar Hansen, Viola and Jacek Damięcki, or Alina Scholz), they restore forgotten architectural expertise: the grammar of the 1950s and 1960s Polish exhibition designs, the shared vocabulary of post-war modernism, or the use of hydrobotany in architecture. Their work has been presented in solo exhibitions: Amplifying Nature in the Polish Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, and The Pavilion of Reverberations at the 2020 Festival Internacional de Arquitectura y Diseño de Logroño. They have collaborated as exhibition designers with numerous European museums and gallery spaces, including the Polish pavilion at the 2016 Triennale di Milano. CENTRALA, Alicja Bielawska, and Aleksandra Kędziorek represent Poland at the 2021 London Design Biennale.

Paulina Grabowska

School of Form, SWPS University, Warsaw, Poland

Paulina Grabowska is a designer of innovations in the field of sustainable development. In her studio, NAS-DRA Conscious Design, she investigates circular economy schemes, climate change mitigation processes, urban farming and using various types of pollution as next resources. Paulina is a lecturer at the School of Form at SWPS University in Warsaw and belongs to Brain Trust of Boma Global.
She is a licensed architect in the Netherlands and Poland. A graduate of Architecture and Built Environment Delft University of Technology and the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice.

Juri Czabanowski

Historian of Architecture and Art
Head of office UrchiTecton, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Dr MA Juri Czabanowski is a worldwide pioneer researcher (since 1990) and teacher in the history and development of integral sustainable (city)building, especially housing. Dr Czabanowski wrote and published articles about the history of art and architecture and developed models illustrating the relation between man-environment-architecture and a vision on philosophy and social behaviour related to sustainability coined as ‘FUTOURISM 21’.

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His architectural history and development research examines how worldwide pioneers formed and transformed with their ideas and experiments the way to build, being concerned for the integral health of people (mankind) and the environment (environment). He visited, documented, researched and interviewed habitants of experimental and sustainable settlements in North-West Europe. He developed several holistic building models, which illustrates the interaction of architecture in a multi-complex sensorium.
His research of historical architectural and artistic styles and movements led to two Unesco-excursions ‘The Art & Architecture in Germany of the Middle Ages’ and ‘History of Bauhaus in Context’, in cooperation with local experts and local B&B’s. He explains the range of (geopolitical-philosophical-artistic-architectural transforming of the multi-complexity of the interaction of natural and human (sub)urban spaces. In Nijmegen, he leads his office UrchiTecton of History of Architecture and Design. His office advises on the integral (eco)design of essential sustainable settlements, lectures of History of Art & Architecture, like Expressionism – Bauhaus/De Stijl – Structuralism and his expert-field of Sustainable Architecture in order of Human-Ecology.

Andrew Witt

Professor in Practice in Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, United States

Andrew Witt is an Associate Professor in Practice in Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, teaching and researching on the relationship of geometry, data, and machines to perception, design, construction, and culture. Trained in both architecture and mathematics, he has a particular interest in a technically synthetic and logically rigorous approach to form. He is also co-founder, with Tobias Nolte, of Certain Measures, a Boston/Berlin-based design and technology studio that combines imagination and evidence for systemic and scalable approaches to spatial problems. Their clients include large manufacturers, material fabricators, government agencies, infrastructure companies, investment funds, medical startups, and cultural institutions. The work of Certain Measures is in the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou, and has been exhibited at the Pompidou (twice), the Barbican Centre, Futurium, the Museum of the Future, and Haus der Kulturen der Welt, among others. Witt’s personal work has been featured at the Storefront for Art and Architecture. In 2017 Certain Measures were finalists for the Zumtobel Award in both the Young Professionals and Applied Innovation Categories.

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Witt has a longstanding research interest in the disciplinary exchanges between design and science, particularly through the media and visualizations of mathematics. He is the author of Formulations: Architecture, Mathematics, Culture (MIT Press, 2021), an expansive examination of the visual, methodological, and epistemic connections between design, mathematics, and the broader sciences. He is also author of Light Harmonies: The Rhythmic Photographs of Heinrich Heidersberger (Hatje Cantz, 2014), the first English treatment of German proto-computational photographic hacker Heinrich Heidersberger’s light-drawing machines. For the Canadian Centre for Architecture he has authored Studies in the Design Laboratory, a trilogy of case studies that examine how and why architects who developed laboratories in the 1960s and 1970s and what these leboratories reveal about the cultural research practices of design.

He is a fellow of the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Macdowell, a Graham Foundation grantee, a World Frontiers Forum Pioneer (2018) and Young Pioneer (2017), and a 2015 nominee for the Chernikov Prize. Witt has lectured widely, including at the Venice Biennale, Library of Congress, Yale, Princeton, MIT, The Bartlett, The Berlage, Stanford, UCLA, Berkeley, ETH, and EPFL, and his research has been published in venues such as AD, Log, Project, Detail, Harvard Design Magazine, e-Flux, Surface, Space, Linear Algebra and its Applications, and Linear and Multilinear Algebra, and Issues in Science and Technology. He has been awarded patents for geometric rationalizations of complex geometry and large-scale collaborative software systems.