Victor Sardenberg is an architect and researcher. He focuses on architecture design as speculation, with particular interest on aesthetics, drawing and fabrication techniques and speculative philosophy.
He is Associate Researcher in Digital Methods in Architecture at Leibniz Universität Hannover, where he researches and develops a computational framework for quantification of the architectural aesthetics experience.
He has taught computational tools and digital fabrication in workshops around the world, including at The Architectural Association Visiting Schools, Hochschule Dusseldorf and UFRJ.
He holds a post-graduate Master of Arts with a specialisation in Architecture and Urban Design from the Städelschule Architecture Class, Frankfurt am Main, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and Urbanism from Mackenzie University, São Paulo. He already exhibited, lectured or presented works in Germany, Portugal, the USA, China, England, Iran and Brazil. He will introduce his most recent project that discusses the dissociation of anthropocentric use-value and capitalocentric market value in the optimisation of space and investment in the contemporary city