François Sabourin is a designer, educator, and half of the collaborative project yyyy-mm-dd with Kate Yeh Chiu. His research seeks to conceive architecture within the loose conditions of instability and indeterminacy, with work ranging from software tools to structural installations and architectural robotics. He has published articles in PLAT, ACADIA, Pidgin, and PLI and his work has been featured in The Guardian, Architectural Review, the Architect’s Journal, and Dezeen. He has participated in exhibitions in Paris, Oslo, Ottawa, Montréal, and Québec City. François holds a B.Sc. in Architecture from McGill University and an M.Arch from Princeton University, where he was the recipient of the Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize. He was previously teaching at McGill University and has worked in architecture practices in New York City and Montréal.