Frederico Fialho Teixeira
Works in Istanbul Turkey

Frederico Fialho Teixeira is an architect lecturing at Istanbul Technical University. Currently he is a researcher at University of California Santa Barbara, where he is an Awarded Fellow and PhD candidate at the Media Arts and Technology department, based in the California Nano Systems Institute. In addition he is also a member of the International Advisory Board for the Arkitekt Journal.

Graduated in Architecture and Urbanism, he holds an MA in History of Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture University of Porto, and a March from the Design Research Lab at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. He worked for architects which include Zaha Hadid Architects and he is the co-founder of [f]Flat Architectures research group.

Presently his studies fall into the area of Spatial Arts and focus in Biological Spatial Systems. In this field he explores structures with evolutionary spatial characteristics that embody multi-dimensional properties. Processes established through elemental modularities that carry multiple algorithmic stratums. These spatial systems develop within ubiquitous ecologies instigating multiple appropriations both in the real and virtual realms.