Hasier has led the Architectural Robotics research area at the MIT Media Lab, which focuses on creating a new generation of hyper efficient and responsive urban spaces. His team is developing the robotic tools that allow traditional architectural and furniture elements to transform and intelligently connect to the world around us. His work on the CityHome and CityOffice has been featured in The New York Times, Time, Fast Company, Wired, and TechCrunch among others. Hasier, with a few of his colleagues, recently started a company to bring these ideas to the market.
Spatial restrictions in urban flats do not have to mean lifestyle limitations. Architectural robotics is one of the latest innovative trends making living in small spaces not only efficient, but comfortable as well.