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Robin is, so to speak, the beginning of endboss. In 2013, while still studying architecture, he founded endboss projects GbR - initially as a 2-man show, together with Max Beckmann. Since then a lot has happened and Robin is not only still one of the masterminds at endboss when it comes to concepts and project development. He also holds a master's degree in urban planning and architecture since 2019, which qualifies him (according to his faculty's website) "to practice professionally in the field of development, planning and construction of buildings, urban ensembles and spatial contexts in urban and rural areas."
Fittingly, these are also exactly the fields that interest him in his work at endboss, always looking outside the box to find out whether the right soup is actually being spooned out (sorry, this really only makes sense in German) and under the rug to see who swept what underneath and why... In his master's thesis "THIS IS IT IS IT: The Role of Unpredictability as a Factor in Urban Planning" he dealt with a topic that continues to be the most exciting for him: The potentials of the untidy, the unplanned and the unpredictable. Under which, if one is quite honest as a planner, most things fall - provided, of course, that one has the ambition to plan into the future. And only if one is planning to be honest.