Laurence Crouzet


Research Areas

Construction Heritage, Preservation, Robotic and Digital Fabrication, Repair, Maintenance, Circular Production, Material Knowledge, Innovative Construction and Deconstruction Methods

Curriculum Vitae

Lulu is a Doctoral Candidate at the Institute for Preservation and Construction History (IDB) and the Institute for Technology in Architecture (ITA) at ETH Zürich. She is currently researching the repair and care of digitally fabricated architecture and the preservation of the related digital-born data as part of the Digital Construction Archive. The SNSF-funded project collaborates with the NCCR Digital Fabrication on robotic fabrication and computational design. 

Lulu previously worked as an architect in Houston and Berlin and was a teaching and research assistant at the University of British Columbia and Université de Montréal. She holds an M.Arch from the University of British Columbia and an M.Arch II in History and Theory from McGill University. She was a visiting fellow at UC Berkeley.   

Various grants and fellowships supported her research. Lulu was the Prix de Rome for Emerging Practitioners nominee, a St. John’s Scholar, a MoMA Bio-Design Challenge winner, and the recipient of the Arthur Erickson Fellowship, the Itoko Muraoka Fellowship, the SSHRC Fellowship, and the CSLA Award.