Curime Batliner (b. 1983, Costa Rica) works at the convergence of architecture, 3D animation, film, interface design and robotics. His work stands out at the top level of the emerging discipline of creative robotics and embodies the shifting relationships between the human and the artificial.
Batliner holds an M.Arch from SCI-Arc. His work has been exhibited at Design Miami, Mextropoli, Museo National de Arte Mexico and he has worked with clients such as Creative Artists Agency (CAA), ETV and Apple. Other projects include Greg Lynn’s RV prototype and the Marxer Active Energy Building in Vaduz. His design research is published at the ICRA IEEE International Conference for Robotics and Automation as well as Robots in Architecture.