Léon and his fellow founders of Studio RAP graduated in architecture by choosing a strategy that didn’t exist yet at the time. They wanted to use new production techniques executed by robots and got their start with an old robot found in the RDM dock. Since then they built a successful company, working from RDM Rotterdam for clients all around the world, using computational design and digital fabrication methods. One of their projects (still in progress) for the City of Rotterdam shows how Studio RAP can adjust architecture to the fast changing needs of the user. They use travellers data, in order to improve bus stops and produce them in a way that they don’t just offer space to people, but also facilitate people.
Join the Q&A from 13:00 – 13:30 at FFF stage.