Rodolfo Baiz


Rodolfo Baiz



Rodolfo was born in Caracas where he studied architecture and urban planning at the Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV). In 2009 he graduated with a Master of Advanced Architecture from the Institute for advanced architecture of Catalonia (Iaac). The usage of digital fabrication tools along his professional trajectory and a multi-scalar approach to architecture and design characterize his work. These career moves motivated the architect to run the FabLab Luxembourg, located in the Technoport of Belval since 2013.


How did you end up joining the #maker movement?

What do you most value in the innovation/maker environment?

What’s the maker movement outlook in your country?

In your opinion, what features in your city/destination/country is more appealing to an innovation-oriented crowd?

You seem to have been able to create such a nurturing environment around your FabLab/makerspace/hackerspace in (your country). What does your audience look like? Who do you mainly target – students, inventors, or… ?

What do you consider your greatest goal as EMW’s Ambassador?

What kind of events are you planning to organize during the EMW?