Alexis Rochas received his B.Arch from Cooper Union. He is the founder of STEREOBOT, a Los Angeles based practice focusing on the development of dynamic architectural methodologies integrating design, technology and advanced fabrication techniques. A member of SCI-Arc’s design faculty since 2003, Rochas has headed projects through the Community Design Program, including the FAB Arts Market Temporal Gallery, LINC Housing community grounds prototyping, SCI-Arc’s Lecture Hall Acoustical Treatment, and the LAMP Community’s Sun Shelter Pavilion. Rochas’ work has been exhibited worldwide including Coachella Music Festival (2014/12), MOCA (2013), EDC Las Vegas (2013), ACE Museum (2011) and the 12th Venice Biennale (2010). His work has been published in a number of architectural journals including PLOT, Lotus, Monocle, I.D, Icon, 2G Dossier, Metropolis, Surface, Arquine, Architectural Record, and Domus. He is the 2010 NextGen Competiton Runner-up for his OCTA.BOT project, as well as the recipient of the 2004 City of Los Angeles Design Award.