Henry Louth Lead Designer
Profile Henry is a computational designer and design lead with the Computation and Design Research Group (ZHCODE). He joined ZHA in 2014, and now leads the residential efforts and special projects within ZHCODE. He has over 13 years of professional experience in the AEC industry on various project types, scales, and sectors. He is a registered US architect and a LEED Accredited Professional. Prior to ZHA, Henry worked in the US overseeing fast track deliveries, and facilitating retailer rollouts.
During his time at ZHA, Henry has contributed to several projects including a student housing project in Hong Kong, Volu Prefabricated Dining Pavilion, Thallus Experimental Structure, The Winton Gallery, Morpheus Hotel at City of Dreams Macau, Venice retrospective exhibition Palazzo Franchetti, MUAC UNAM Exhibition: Design as Second Nature and Xi’an International Football Centre.
Most recently as lead designer, he led the design team and coordination for Roatan Prospera developing a digital platform, and systems design for ecologically and economically sustainable island housing development on hillside coastal terrain.
Henry has conducted workshops and short courses on various topics ranging from applied research, to geometry and construction for each Architectural Association Visiting School (AAVS) ‘14, The Association of Computer Aided Architectural Design in Asia (CAADRIA) ‘18, and Digital Futures ’20. He is a published researcher in the International Journal Rapid Manufacture and conference paper contributor to SimAUD ‘15, Fabricate’17, and the Design Modelling Symposium’19.
Education Henry has a Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University, 2007 and a Masters of Architecture from Architectural Association Design Research Lab (AADRL) in London, 2014.