The 1,000-square-foot Robot House is a research laboratory for hands-on collaborative experimentation, advanced multi-robotic fabrication, and exploration of innovative architectural design techniques. Robot House is comprised of two main spaces. The Robot Room is where the five large Stäubli robots are configured in a multi-robot work cell. The adjacent Robotics & Simulation Lab houses the smaller Stäubli TX40 laboratory robot and is where students, along with their instructors, conduct hands-on research and simulations. Together, the multi-robot room and the robotics simulation room will launch a new digital and material interface—a research environment in which real-time data generated from digital design and materials fabrication is analyzed and processed simultaneously. They create unprecedented emulation, simulation and animation environments in which computational geometry, material agency and fabrication logistics merge.