Müge Belek Fialho Teixeira
- Chief Investigator
- Queensland University of Technology
Müge Belek Fialho Teixeira is a creative maker and transdisciplinary designer, specialised in advanced manufacturing, digital fabrication, and parametric design. In her career, she has worked with prominent architectural firms such as Zaha Hadid Architects, taught in several institutions including Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Istanbul Technical University (ITU) and AA Visiting Schools, published articles in peer reviewed journals, gave interviews, and presented in many international conferences, biennales, and exhibitions. She has also been awarded in multiple competitions and events on the use of novel digital technologies in design.
Currently, she is a Design Lead at ARM Hub (Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Hub) and a Senior Lecturer in QUT Faculty of Engineering, Interior Architecture. She was a Chief Investigator and a post-doctoral researcher at QUT in Design Robotics Project funded by IMCRC (Innovative Manufacturing Corporate Research Centre), that partnered with RMIT and UAP. She holds a BSc. in Architecture, a MSc. on “Collaborative Design Studio Environments” from Istanbul Technical University (ITU), and a MArch from Architectural Association School of Architecture Design Research Laboratory (AADRL). She holds a PhD focused on Trans-Architectural Design Paradigm, during which she studied for two years with Marcos Novak in University of California Santa Barbara, Translab. She is also the cofounder of [f]FLAT, an environment to research and develop design and media art works.View all profiles