Annie Locke Scherer
Annie Locke is a doctoral researcher at KTH Architecture School in Stockholm, Sweden. She graduated from University of Michigan with a Masters in Architecture with a special focus on robotics and digital fabrication, and completed a one year M.Sc. post-professional degree at the University of Stuttgart Integrative Technologies (ITECH) program in 2016. She has taken part in projects such as the 2014-2015 ITECH Pavilion, Francois Roche's "Feral Child" film set, and Arthur Mamou-Mani's Galaxia Temple 2018. She has instructed KTH's Master-level Studio 09: Architectural Notations with her colleague Pablo-Miranda Carranza for the past two years. Her current doctoral research at KTH focuses on the integration of computational design and fabrication with fabric formwork, parametric patterning, and concrete.