Gil Sunshine has over a decade of experience as a designer, fabricator, researcher and educator developing projects across architecture, industrial design and art.  With an emphasis on computational design and digital fabrication, Gil blends digital and physical explorations of materials in order to reconsider how we design and build.

Gil teaches architecture at California College of the Arts and has previously worked with Duality Robotics, Matter Design, Santiago Calatrava Architects and Engineers, Daniel Arsham Studio and Snarkitecture. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from MIT where he received the Imre Halasz Thesis Prize, the NuVu Prize and a Department of Architecture Fellowship.