François Chasseur does odd jobs, transforms, designs, builds and transmits. If he’s happy to experience innovations, he puts great effort into finding solutions that he’s careful to provide in turnkey format, however. A teacher, he prefers to attune himself with his audience, to
listen to them. This technique has led to many projects emerging in the Fab Lab which he runs, with students, children, or seasoned professionals involved.
According to François Chasseur, “life can be hacked”. Last time, for example, he used the motor from his oven hood to ignite the fire in his barbecue. Making use of things is an integral part of his work, and it’s the philosophy he shares with the community of makers in which he operates.