Matan Mayer
Matan Mayer
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Matan Mayer is an Associate Professor at IE University where he teaches courses in architectural design and construction. His research focuses on environmental impact reduction of material use in the built environment through the implementation of life cycle design measures. Mayer’s work has been featured in multiple peer reviewed publications and has been awarded the Peter Rice Prize, the AIA Excellence in Design Award, and the ARCC Research Incentive Award. His previous appointments include a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities, a doctoral research fellowships at the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design at the University of Stuttgart, and a research fellowship at the Composite Construction Laboratory at EPFL. Matan is an Editorial Board member at Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) Journal, where he is also the Issue Editor of the special issue “Circularity” (2023). He holds a post-professional masters and a doctorate from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, as well as a professional B.Arch from Tel Aviv University.

Research interests

End of life buildings
Life cycle design in the built environment