"Try to learn something about everything and everything about something" - Thomas Huxley (aka Darwin's "Bulldog")

I'm a student at Carnegie Mellon University graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. But I would not call myself an architecture student.

I enjoy being at the periphery, where the the boundaries are ambiguous and the subjects ill-defined. I exist at the intersection of computation, making, writing, thinking, designing and expressing - all at once. I like to view the world through the lens of architecture and architectural thinking.

My belief is that architecture is a constant struggle between Affect and Effect - between the Metaphysics of Presence and the Empirical Performance of the architectural object, and my work so far has been trying to negotiate that boundary.

My work typically has an interdisciplinary flavor, navigating between Architecture, Computer Science, Digital Fabrication and Design Theory. This puts me in a unique position, where I can add value from other fields of thinking into propositions that value human experience at their core.

I'm an avid tinkerer, writer and hacker. I enjoy breaking, making and expressing myself through technology - be it an arduino, a javascript program, or an industrial robotic arm.

I can often be found at The CoDe Lab at CMU. Feel free to reach out at: harshkedi at gmail dot com.