Raphael Kay

Raphael Kay

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Raphael Kay

Raphael grows slime molds to design better cities and studies sea creatures to construct smarter buildings. As a visiting Fellow within the Aizenberg group, he focuses on small-scale interactions with light to generate large-scale responses at the building facade. 

Raphael received his undergraduate degree in architecture, and is completing a master's degree through the departments of materials science and mechanical engineering with Prof. Benjamin Hatton at the University of Toronto.

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