Paolo Tombesi

photo placeholder image

paolo.tombesi@epfl.ch +41 21 695 72 12

EPFL ENAC IA FAR
HBL 2 2C (Halle Bleue)
Pass. du Cardinal 13b
CH-1700 Fribourg

Web site: Web site: https://far.epfl.ch/

EPFL ENAC IA-GE
BP 4242 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

vCard
Administrative data

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Architecture

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Architecture and Sciences of the City

Courses

Building technology I

Introduction to key construction and space definition elements: load-bearing structure, envelope, openings, equipment and facilities, related construction materials, as well as techniques and assembly methods of these elements in a coherent and sustainabl...

Building technology II

Sequential analyze of building stages and organization of a construction site: excavation, foundation, structural system, partitions, installation, finishes. Familiarization with building techniques and building trades.

Building technology III

In a global and transverse approach, the course deals with technical topics related to building design and construction, namely: building physics, structures, materials, assembly and building services.

Building technology IV

In a global and transverse approach the course deals with technical topics related to building design and construction, namely: building physics, structures, materials, assembly and building services.

Building technology V

Technologie du Bâti V deals with building as a 'system' of technical and cultural operations that comprise environmental, material, structural and assembly choices. This is meant to help students acquire critical building design abilities.

Building technology VI

Detailed descriptions of complex building projects are employed to examine the relationship between spatial, environmental, structural, material and design. Concrete application of the topics studied in Tech. du Bâti V and a major integrative case study a...

Studio MA2 (FAR)

The atelier will reflect on the role of architecture and technology in an environmentally sensitive, production-specific and culturally rich setting such as Lavaux, where the students will consider accommodation, rehersal, and performing facilities for vi...

Political Economy of Design

Political Economy of Design seeks to position and discuss architecture in relation to the world of production, economic interests and community benefits, at a local and global scale.

Technological Innovation

Technological Innovation has three aims. It seeks to: a) examine how new products and processes are developed specifically in or for the building sector, b) discuss the elements constraining their dissemination, and c) lay out a theory of how success can...

Superstudio

Superstudio provides an opportunity to experience multidisciplinary design within a data-rich work environment. Superstudio participants will learn how to relate specialist knowledge to a particular context, and how to integrate numerous technical dimensi...

Dessiner des (éco)systèmes agro-urbains résilients. Urbanisme, architecture et agriculture au défi du changement climatique (2020)