Immersion maquette 2.0 – 20 ans d’architecture numérique


lundi - vendredi 18 - 22 octobre 2021


Caroline 16
Rue Caroline 16


Venez découvrir le prototype “simple tech”, avec son système d’immersion dans des maquettes numérique.

Démonstration et test sur rendez-vous. Maximum 5 personnes.

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Société de développement Marterey-Bugnon

Autres organisateurs

Bernard Cherix
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Born in Pully, Switzerland 23.10.68. Nationality: Swiss Married to A.Prof. Nancy Couling. Together, they have one son. Bernard Cherix is a Swiss architect based in Lausanne (Switzerland) who received his Master in architecture by research (project) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), under Leon van Schaik and Matthias Sauerbruch, also winning of the Australian-European Award Program (DAAD) in 1999 to carry out the research. Currently working on a digital twin in .IFC to be applied on heritage buildings for the Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB), Bernard taught openBIM at the EPFL to master students in architecture and civil-engineering from 2016 to 2018. Within CCHE Architecture he built the openBIM of Switzerland’s first sky scraper – the Tour Bel-Air in Lausanne, for its renovation. At the neighbourhood scale, Bernard has been involved in voluntary collaborations with Pr. Jean-Bernard Racine, in particular regarding resident participation and the development of the newly completed neighbourhood’s house in le Desert, Lausanne. Previously Bernard was guest researcher at the Technical University of Berlin, Prof. Klaus Zillich, and a practicing architect for Augustin und Frank Architekten and Max Dudler Architekt, Berlin. He gained his architectural diploma in Geneva in 1992 and his draughtsman’s qualification in 1984 in Lausanne.

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