Alexandre Dubor
Robotics Lab Director, MRAC & 3DPA Co-Director

Alexandre Dubor is an architect and researcher combining new technologies in an attempt to improve how we build and live in our cities. He holds a Master degree of Architecture & Engineering from EAVT & ENPC (France) and a Master Degree of Architecture from IAAC (Spain), with a specialisation in robotic fabrication and large scale additive manufacturing (FabBot 3.0). He holds as well a French architectural licence (HMONP) and have worked in various architectural office from competition stage to delivery (Libeskind, Atenastudio, iDonati, AREP) while exploring the potential of scripting and coding in a separate practice (Collectif277). Since 2012, he has been working at IAAC as an expert in digital and robotic fabrication. He is now leading the AAG Fabrication team, and co-direct the postgraduate in 3D Printing Architecture (3DPA) as well as the Master in Robotic and Advanced Construction (MRAC). Together with IAAC staff, students and industrial partners, he is investigating how new advances in material, digital fabrication and computational design could lead to a better construction ecosystem, toward a more efficient, affordable, sustainable and personalised built environment.