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Conférence / Parametric Design

de Philipp Eversmann. Dans le cadre du P45 / Klaas de Rycke

Mardi 25 mars 2014 à 17h30

énsa-v - auditorium de la Forge

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Philipp Eversmann has developed an interdisciplinary experience through various large scale projects. He has been project manager at architecture practices in France, Germany and the United States. Most notably he has been involved in the project for the Ministry of Defense in Paris (Nicolas Michelin, 2011/2012) and of «La Canopée» renovation of the ‘Forum les Halles’ (Patrick Berger 2008-2012). He has also worked at the offices of Massimiliano Fuksas Architteto in Paris, Werner Sobek Engineering & Design in New York, Robert Marino Architects in New York, A+P Architekten and Otto Steidle + Partner in Munich.

At his independent practice he has explored digital design principles in a range of different projects, competitions and small scale pavilions.

He has directed architectural research classes at the Ecole Polytéchnique Fédéral de Lausanne (EPFL, 2011-now),the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris (ESA, 2011-now) and recently at the Technical University of Munich (TUM, 2012--present). This has led to research in materials, digital design systems and prototypic architectural structures.

During his studies at ETH Zurich and TU Munich he worked with the chair of Prof. Ludger Hovestadt at ETH for research in informatic programming and digital fabrication. He is interested in establishing spatial connections by combining systems of associative geometry with effects of architectural perception and realizing these through advanced fabrication technology.

Conférence / Parametric Design