As fellow colleagues teaching at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) in 2016, Camiel and Sayjel noticed a shift in the way buildings and cities were being designed and constructed the developing world. Architects were under tremendous pressure to deliver more projects in less time. At the same time, only a small group of firms were taking advantage of the benefits of digital working methods.
Hence, the company was born: Digital Blue Foam. It was founded on “fast, informed, designed”, the notion that architects need to move past intuition and leverage science and method to drive the best project outcomes.
Today Digital Blue Foam is part of a growing movement seeking to digitize the architecture engineering and construction industry to drive greater sustainable, higher design quality, and livability.