Alessandro Zomparelli is a computational designer and his background in Engineering and Architectural fields drove him to explore the opportunities of 3D printing technologies at different scales, from architecture to the human body.

Since 2011, he has been a member of Co-de-iT, contributing to the Reefs project, and has taught numerous international computational design workshops. In 2022 he co-founded MHOX a generative design studio with a focus on body extensions exploring the blurred boundary between body and design and creating both fashion and medical products. Between 2016-2020, he taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and Istituto Marangoni in Milan. From 2020-2023, he joined the CREATE research group at University of Southern Denmark as a research fellow, focusing on architectural geometry and digital fabrication.

Known for developing open-source Blender add-ons like Tissue, aimed at simplifying computational design workflows, he currently collaborates on different computational-design projects from architecture to wearable products and teaching in several international programs.