Raoul studied at the École Nationale Supérieure d´Architecture de Montpellier, France and the University of Stuttgart, Germany where he received his diploma of Architecture and Urbanism in 2012. During his education, he developed a strong interest in the multi-disciplinarity of architecture and gained extensive practical and international experiences while working for landscape architects Pfrommer + Roeder, architecture photographer Roland Halbe and Shanghai-based French interior design office LIME388. He also participated in different workshops for mudbrick constructions in Lyon, for walkable cities in Hefei, for public schoolyards in Cairo and for water sensitive urban design in Lima. He hold a teaching position at the University of Innsbruck and since November 2012 Raoul was research assistant at the International Urbanism Institute and was part of the IUSD Course Coordination Team at University of Stuttgart. 2014 he participated in the cultural exchange Cross Culture Program by the IFA (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) in the „Association pour la Sauvegarde de la Médina“ (ASM) in Tunis as well as he started his PhD research on the „Influence of traditional architecture on inhabitant’s satisfaction“ at the Institute of Housing and Design (University of Stuttgart).
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