Maria Wyller is a Norwegian architect and computational designer operating at the intersection of architecture, robotics, design, history, and art. In her projects, she investigates topics such as adaptive architecture, architectural robotics, and sustainable aesthetics.
She completed the M.Sc. ITECH Program at the University of Stuttgart in
Wyller, M., Yablonina, M., Alvarez, M. Menges, Achim. Adaptive kinematic textile architecture. Construction Robotics (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41693-020-00046-5
Wyller, M., Yablonina, M., Alvarez, M., Menges, A. Tailored to Time. ACADIA 2020 Distributed Proximities, Book 2, p.288-289 2020. 2020
Duque R. & Wyller M., Dahy, H. (2019) 'Aerochair Integrative design methodologies for lightweight carbon fiber furniture design' Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto, 9 - 13 September (first author)