Adrien Ravon

Adrien Ravon is an architect and academic. In September 2011, he joined The Why Factory, where he has participated in research and education projects, been responsible for the production of digital design tools and actively collaborated in the public dissemination of ideas about the city of the future. 

He co-authored The Why Factory’s Future Cities Series publications ‘Barba, Living in a Fully Adaptable Environment’ (2015), ‘Copy Paste, the Badass Copy Guide’ (2017), ‘PoroCity, Opening up Solidity’ (2019), ‘(w)ego, Dream Homes in Density’ (2020), ‘ Le Grand Puzzle, Manifesta 13 Marseille’ (2020). 

Currently, he is working on the publication ‘Green Dip, covering the city with a forest’. He has collaborated with numerous international institutions, including ETH (Zurich), KTH (Stockholm), GSAPP (New York), IAAC (Barcelona), Design Indaba (Cape Town), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Dutch Design Week (Eindhoven), Manifesta 13 (Marseille), or Mori Art Museum (Tokyo). Adrien has worked as an architect and consultant for firms in Argentina, France, and the Netherlands. He is currently a scientific council member for the Franco-Dutch network for higher education and research.