Michal Bednar is a senior designer with 7 years of professional practice. He graduated from CTU in Prague as a member of the academic studio FLO(W). He specializes in digitally-driven adaptive architecture. Through his work he focuses on computational design with the use of parametric and scripting software such as Grasshopper for Rhino3d, Processing and 3DExperience/Catia.
recent projects include
Japoma Sports Complex, Cameroon
A 50,000 seat stadium with multi-sports hall, aquatic centre and outdoor fields.
King Abdullah Project for Sports Stadia, Middle East
Concept design of three 45,000 seat football stadia and associated masterplans.
A303 Stonehenge scheme, Amesbury to Berwick Down, UK
Developing the A303 scheme for a Development Consent Order application.
YTL Bristol Arena, UK
Bid competition for the 18,000 seat arena including re-use of Brabazon hangars.
Waterloo Station, UK
Improvement and increase of the capacity of the London Waterloo station.
Miami Bridge, USA
Bid completion for Miami’s signature bridge, part of a I-395 Reconstruction Design Build Finance project.
Fraport Airport, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Concept design of an airport hall.