David Rosenwasser is an architectural researcher and designer based at Harvard's Graduate School of Design and a candidate in the Master in Design Studies program. He is also Founder and President of D ROSE MOD, a vintage modern design business, which specializes in the icons of 20th century modernism. See www.drosemod.com for details. Rosenwasser was previously Senior Research Personnel in the Sabin Design Lab at Cornell University. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell and is a Hunter R. Rawlings III Presidential Research Scholar. Throughout Rosenwasser's involvement with Sabin's Lab, he has been heavily invested in core research and innovating material practices. His contributions include work on Sabin Design Lab's Robosense, PolyBrick series, NSF funded ColorFolds, PolyMorph, and various others. The PolyBrick series has recently been exhibited at Centre Pompidou, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and San Jose Museum of Art. Rosenwasser has published extensively, including peer-reviewed papers for ACADIA (2017, 2018) and the International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing (2018).