Eddie’s reputation is for genuine innovation rooted in sound commercial principles. He is a Director with Thornton Tomasetti’s London office.
Eddie has worked on a wide range of projects in which the manipulation of big data from computational design has been critical. This includes developing the generative scripts which mapped the bricks and components connecting them for the Tate Modern Extension. Here brick patterns were varied through a programming script which then produced drawings of elevations of even a brick courses direct from the script alongside tables of the pins and grommets which connect them. He is also well versed in drawing geometric and metadata back and forth between analysis and BIM packages. This process enabled Thornton Tomasetti to model the steelwork of Court Number 1 at Wimbledon and to be able to manipulated the model in real time between analysis and BIM packages as the geometry evolved parametrically. This data manipulation was made possible using the KONSTRU package which was developed by Thornton Tomasetti and which is now available to market.