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From his many life experiences and professional background, Waldo has developed a versatile profile exploring the different scales of the architect’s profession.

Always eager for adventure, Waldo built a sauna and an aurora observatory on a frozen lake in northern Norway, a rope temple in the primeval forest of Lithuania, a shelter for street children in Nepal, and developed a resilience masterplan for the city of Ishinomaki following the 2011 tsunami disaster.

Fascinated by the human dimension of the profession, Waldo began a co-construction site of a house in the middle of nature in the Dinant region, just as the Covid pandemic set in.

In parallel to his work as an architect, he manages a Brussels-based scenography collective where the rapid cycle of projects offsets the longer cycle of architectural projects.