Tristan Boniver is a member of the Brussels- based collective Rotor. He studied architecture in Brussels at the Saint-Luc Institute, the Saint-Lucas School of Architecture, and La Cambre School of Architecture (ISACF). Throughout his studies, he worked as a graphic designer, consultant, and developer, both for private clients and associations and on projects in the underground electronic music scene in Brussels. A member of the Brussels collective Boups since 1999, he then worked with Maarten Gielen to set up Rotor, which he has been a member of since 2005. He qualified as an architect in January 2010, after presenting a dissertation on rounded corners.
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