Nathan leads the computational frameworks at Zahner R&D with a focus on seamless interoperability between the digital and physical. Specifically, his work looks at streamlined delivery methods of fabrication instructions by extending computational tools to shop and field.<br>He has a background in architectural fabrication through programmatic mass customization. He is passionate about encapsulating solutions to problems through technological solutions. Additionally, he has a passion for fostering an inquisitive culture around him. Nathan holds a master’s degree in architecture from UTA with an emphasis on digital fabrication. His current research is centered around developing software and hardware improvements to nudge forward fabrication capabilities.