Milou Teeling has a position at the Chair of Design Informatics in 2016. Milou Teeling’s research involves the exploration of architectural form in relation to program, typology, systems, structure and environment. Her master thesis experiments in the optimization of mass housing typologies through standardized façade systems depended on complex computational models that enhanced the architectural intelligence and environmental performance of the type.
Teeling was born in the Netherlands in 1989, although her education has been entirely in the United States. In 2014 Teeling graduated from Princeton University with a Masters Degree in Architecture. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate from the University of San Diego. In 2015 she held a research position at Harvard University. She joined the TU Delft faculty early 2016. Since, she has taught both bachelor and master courses related to Performative and Integrated Design such as BK2OV2, BK3OV3, Technoledge, and MEGA. Her pedagogical approach in the architectural design studios combines digital processes with methods of representation and material fabrication in search of concepts that are both informative and innovative. Besides her position as a lecturer at the Chair of Design Informatics, she also contributes to ongoing research projects into computational optimization led by the TU Delft. She has supported the research team by developing the computational models for PULSE and Spong3D. In addition to her academic interest, she practices as an architect and has collaborated with several firms, including Herzog and de Meuron, Abalos+Sentkiewicz and El Equipo de Mazzanti.
Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment
2628 BL Delft