Raoul is senior lecturer and diploma unit leader at The Cass School of Architecture, and also teaches at the TU Berlin as professor of Sustainable Urban Planning and Urban Design.
- Professional Diploma in Architecture - RIBA Part 2
Raoul has a long-term commitment to developing new methods for architectural design and urban planning that help mitigate and adapt to the challenges of climate change. Since 1993, Raoul has been founder and director of CHORA, an architectural design, urban planning and research group based in London, Berlin and China. He is a specialist in Smart City planning and is involved in a range of Smart City and low carbon developments in China, both with academic and central government partners, as well as with local authorities. He is a co-chair of the Climate KIC Sustainability City Systems Platform, an EU initiative, and is co-founder of an Urban Lab for Smart City research at the TU Berlin. Special research areas are the creation of the BrainBox, an interactive urban performance space for the study of complex dynamics in urbanism, and the Urban Gallery, an interactive planning support tool for urban planning.