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

PhD Programs

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

PhD Students

Courses

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


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