Alexander Römer


Alexander Römer (*1972, Berlin) studied carpentry and architecture. He founded constructlab as a forum for participative design and build projects in 1998 and collaborated on various projects with collectives such as raumlaborberlin. Since 2006 he joined the Parisian collective EXYZT and worked on many projects among others the French contribution to the 10th architecture biennial in Venice, a 3 month long living performance that transformed the French pavilion into an inhabitation. With the idea of constructlab he initiated and designed among other projects the "construir juntos" residency for the ECC 2012 in Guimaraes, the following project Casa do Vapor 2013 in Lisbon and Mons Invisible, le jardin suspendu, project for Mons 2015, european capital of culture.