Henry David Louth is a computational designer at Zaha Hadid Architects, London, as part of the Computation and Design (co|de) research group. He is a registered architect in Louisiana as well as a LEED Accredited Professional. Since 2007, he has worked professionally on various project types, installations, and exhibitions across the U.S. and Europe.
Henry earned his Bachelor of Architecture with honors from LSU in 2007 and subsequently practiced professionally before receiving his master’s from the Architectural Association Design Research Lab in 2014.
Henry’s research speculates on curved crease folding construction applications, ruled and developable constraint based solving, and intuitive approaches to material optimization. Henry has taught and presented in India, the U.K., and the U.S. for the ADDRL, AAVS, AIA, and USGBC on various architectural topics ranging from sustainability to construction and fabrication and geometric theory. He is a published research contributor to SimAUD.
Currently, Henry is a project team member on the London Science Museum Mathematics Gallery and the Volu Dining Pavilion recently unveiled at Design Miami 2015.