Carlos Meza graduated from La Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia and holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute in New York City. During and after his post-graduate studies, Carlos has focused on theory and practice of generative digital design methodologies through modeling software as well as new digital fabrication technologies.

In 2005, he won first place in an architecture competition to design a library for the municipality of Villanueva Colombia. The project was fully completed in 2009 and has been widely published in international magazines and books. The library represented Colombia in the Pan-American Biennial of Architecture in 2010 and received an honorable mention at the 2010 Biennale of Architecture in Colombia. Carlos currently works as an architect in New York City and as a professor at Cooper Union, where he teaches 3D modeling and digital fabrication. He started Blacktable Studio in 2015 as a design/fabrication studio with a background in Architecture. The studio’s creative processes are driven by the influence of digital manufacture technologies and traditional handcraft techniques. 

Illustration by Neil Gilks

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