Tomás Mena

Architect graduated from the Universidad Central de Venezuela with the highest qualification in his final degree. After extensive professional experience in design, construction and project management, he moved to Germany in 2016 to pursue his master studies. During this time, he co-developed Cliphut, a parametric timber construction system focused on self-build using computational design and digital fabrication. The project was awarded Best Idea by Metsawood’s Openwood on-line platform among other publications. In 2018 he obtained a Master of Engineering degree with mention Valedictorian at the Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe where he still participates as a guest lecturer.

He is currently specialising in Computational Design in Germany and as a consultant for various international projects.