Felix Raspall is an architectural designer and researcher, working at the intersection of traditional building methods with digital design and fabrication. His current research at Harvard University focuses on applications of digital technologies as a means to expand the structural and formal limits of artisanal construction.
Felix holds a professional degree in architecture from the University of Buenos Aires (honors) and a post-professional Master of Architecture from Yale University (honors); at present, he is a doctoral candidate at Harvard University. He has conducted teaching and research on topics related to design and technology in several institutions, most recently as visiting professor at TU Graz. He has professional experience in Argentina and USA, independently and in large practices. His research and design work has been published in several books and journals.
He was the recipient of several awards, including the CPAU prize 2004, the Wichester Prize 2010, the Fulbright scholarship 2008-10, and the Amalia de Fortabat Scholarship 2011. He is currently researcher and project manager at the Design Robotic Group at Harvard and member of the Energy Consortium at Harvard.