Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindström studied architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology, School of Architecture. During his BSc studies he worked parallel with several research projects concerning material research and through this he came in contact with Rolling Optics, a company developing a new kind of holograms. He worked there as a designer at the research department. During a study trip to Switzerland he visited DFAB and since then he has been interested in robotics and digital fabrication and therefore he applied for an ERASMUS at ETHZ. During his exchange year at ETH he did the elective course at DFAB twice and focused on computational courses at the CAAD chair and the Information Architecture chair. His interests are focused on hyper complex and mega ornamental architecture. He worked as an intern at the chair from June 2012 to August 2014. After his intern position he went back to Sweden to hand in his Diploma. Since 01.02.2015 he is a PhD Researcher at the Chair for Architecture and Digital Fabrication.