In the history of architecture, stereotomy is the art of designing and manufacturing complex volumes in 3 dimensions for vaults in stone or wooden bents. This course proposes a contemporary reinterpretation of stereotomy with digitals tools.
This UE explores more in details, and in a more practical way, the concepts introduced during the BIM introduction course AR-484. All project different phases are addressed, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration and data exchanges.
This course aims to reveal 3 of the founding principles of geometry.
1/ as an essential mathematic technique in the process of the conception of a project
2/ as a privileged field for parametric modeling software
3/ as a component of the history of the culture of architecture.
This course deals with the following subjects: perspective, descriptive geometry and an initiation to projective geometry.