Gui Giantini is an architect and designer with expertise in computational design technologies, holding a M.Sc. degree in Architecture from the University of Campinas (Brazil) and accomplishing another Master´s Degree in Product and Industrial Design from the University of Porto (Portugal). He has been publishing since 2012 in the scientific areas of Architecture, Design Technology, and, more recently, Sociology and Philosophy. His current research interests focus on the Anthropocene as the overarching target of critical inquiry, embracing theories from Feminism, Post-humanism, Queer Theory and others to imagine and create other-than-human forms and states of real materiality by means of Design.