Day Jiménez is currently researching low-cost housing in the Dominican Republic for the development of an affordable construction technology. He attended Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design for the post-professional, Master of Architecture II degree.  His interests lie in architecture's relationship to science, technology, and industrialization. He concentrates on computer-based simulations as predictive design tools that allow architects to best design the engagement between the built environment and occupants. Originally from the Dominican Republic, Day has been living in the United States for fifteen years, during which he earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.  In the past, he has practiced at a variety of offices in architecture and related disciplines, including computation and geometric form research at LabDORA, and the study of social, political, and cultural impacts of architecture at Columbia University’s C-Lab (Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting).

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