I'm Nono Martínez Alonso, a computational designer and architect with a penchant for simplicity. Recently, I worked as a Research Engineer Intern at Autodesk developing workflows for multi-material 3D printing.

After working in the design and delivery of complex architectural geometries at award-winning firms, such as AR-MA (Sydney) and Foster + Partners (London), I moved to Cambridge, where I’m a Master in Design Studies Technology Candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

I’m the writer of Getting Simple and Getting Architecture Done, co-founder of Viewtee, and developer of Axonometric, Forces, and Everfocus for iOS.

You can take a look at my résumé.

Proud to be the son of an artist.