A Paris native, Stanislas received his undergraduate degree in Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne. Focusing his practice around Architecture and Technology, he believes in the necessary integration of both disciplines to change our built environment. He has previously worked at internationally renowned firms including Adrian Smith & Gordon Gill in Chicago, Shigeru Ban Architects in Tokyo, Flux Data Inc. & Helix.RE.
Currently finishing his Master degree in Architecture at Harvard University, his research focuses on the intersection between Architecture and Artificial Intelligence. Stanislas also serves as an Executive Director of the CitiX Initiative, a non-profit think tank exploring the potential of the urban realm of the future at The Future Society. He is also Fulbright scholar, an Arthur Sachs Fellow and Jean Gaillard Fellow at Harvard University.
Stanislas was awarded two American Architecture Prizes, the Architecture MasterPrize, and the 2018 ZGF scholarship for his past architectural work. Stanislas also published in a variety of reviews and platforms, among which are the Harvard Real Estate Review, the Veolia FACTS Reports Review, Archdaily, and others.