Raised in Belgium, with roots in France and Italy, I studied architecture in Brussels and Montreal and learned about architectonics and construction methods, especially with wood.
I then discovered the fascinating world of computational design while researching on my awarded master thesis on ‘Responsive Envelope in Architecture’.
Hungry for more, I moved to Hong Kong to learn from the best. I joined the construction site of Zaha Hadid Architect’s Morpheus Hotel façade systems with Kyotec Group.
Bolstered by this experience, I could further develop complex geometry projects at the Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design (LEAD) in Hong Kong and at Zaha Hadid Architects in London, UK.
I then joined CITRA in Cape Town, South Africa to help them scale their green building method with automated Design-to-Production processes that tackle large-scale housing developments.
Following this incredible opportunity, I moved to Zürich where I developed Santiago Calatrava‘s many design iterations for large office buildings, galleries, train stations, and statues projects. Thrilling learning from a genuine geometry genius where computational design is at its best.
A dream for a while, I started at Design-to-Production in Zürich in developing complex geometry 3D details for wood construction — Using top-notch Python libraries to digest large models into the smallest parts, ready for fabrication.
In my spare time, I enjoy discovering wild and remote places, educating people about a greener lifestyle, and kitesurfing.
Today, after 6 years of thrilling experiences, I am eager to join your team as a Computational Architect to create meaningful yet complex experimental living spaces.