Marilyne Andersen

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Professor of sustainable construction technologies

marilyne.andersen@epfl.ch +41 21 69 30882 http://lipid.epfl.ch

EPFL ENAC IA LIPID
LE 1 115 (Bâtiment LE)
Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne

Unit: SAR-ENS

Unit: EDAR-ENS

EPFL ENAC-GE
LE 1 115 (Bâtiment LE)
Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: https://skil.epfl.ch/
Unit: SKIL

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Sustainable Architecture
Daylighting Strategies
Energy-Efficient Design
Façade Technology
Human Comfort and Health in Buildings
Climate-Responsive Envelopes

Publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

  • Architecture,

PhD Programs

  • Doctoral Program in Architecture and Sciences of the City
  • Doctoral Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Courses

Comfort and architecture: sustainable strategies

This class offers an overview about comfort evaluations in architectural design and suggests passive and low-energy strategies suited to ensure the highest possible indoor environment quality for buildings. goto


Light-time

This course articulates itself around light as a structuring element of space and time, through an approach that intertwines sun dynamics, materiality, construction and ecological footprint. goto


Theoretical statement (linked to Master Project, only 9th semester)

The theoretical statement is the initial stage in the Master Project. Student lay the theoretical foundations for their work, setting out the thematic, reference and methodological framework. They clearly and accurately state the central architectural iss... goto


UE K : Architecture and Sustainability : performance studies

This course is based on the team design of a temporary, mobile and sustainable pavilion. A pedagogical approach which will focus on the introduction of the concepts of sustainability applied to the design of a project with a short life span. goto