Stefano Andreani is a licensed architectural engineer and educator interested in innovative and transformative design research methods for the understanding and design of human-centered built environments. Andreani is a Research Associate and Lecturer in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University, co-teaching in courses on responsive environments, technological longevity, and quantitative urban experiences.
Pursuing his research at the intersection of innovation-driven architecture and digitally-informed urban design, Andreani is a Research Associate and Project Manager at the Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab (REAL) at Harvard GSD where he develops alternative strategies for intelligent spaces, hybrid systems, and digital/physical artifacts towards a positive societal impact. Drawing on his research at Harvard, he also designs and consults at INVIVIA, a global architectural design, user experience and strategic research studio.
Andreani lectured, published, and exhibited internationally in numerous venues. He received a Master in Design Studies from Harvard GSD, focusing on computational design and robotic fabrication methods for novel building systems. He also received a Master in Architectural Engineering and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from the University of Perugia, where he then served as a Lecturer in Architectural Technology.