David Foell, AIA, was educated at Cornell School of Architecture.
He has designed in the fields of retail and residential interiors, furniture design, and transportation infrastructure.
Since 1991 has worked as Design Manager in the architecture and engineering department of NYC Transit.
He has managed the design of $10-$100 million station rehabilitation projects including such as well-known stations as 72nd Street/ Broadway, 116th Street / Columbia University, and the Bowling Green entrance.
He is coauthor of the book Designing Digital Space (John Wiley & Sons, 1997).
Daphne Bertol-Foell recently earned her Master in Strategic Design from Politecnico di Milano, which focused on topics such as brand strategy, design-led innovation, business positioning, data visualization, exhibition design, project management, and everything in-between.
Prior to this master she studied mathematics and engineering at Binghamton University, where she also collaborated on a capstone design project concerning the design of nanoscale electromechanical switches. She has worked in architecture, engineering, education, and even finance, but her passion has always remained design.
Furio Gerace born in Naples, lives and works in Rome, Italy.
He holds a PhD in material science and a master in chemistry from the University of Rome, where he conducted research on electrodes and electrolytes, including technologies for battery and fuel cell in electric cars.
In the last ten years he has been involved in IT as application developer, tecnical manager and application integrator. wwww.collabo.it
Furio's scientific / technological knowledge integrates with space ink philosophy, where design is the result of many disciplines perspectives and approaches. His specialization in material science and electrochemical devices contributes scientific knowledge to the work on sustainable design.