Peter Zurbrügg

BP 2231 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

BP 3225 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Teaching & PhD




Building technology I, II

Introduction to building technology: environmental and societal challenges, life-cycle functional and technical requirements of buildings, static behavior of structures, construction materials and their implementation, historico-cultural contexts, sustainability strategies and circular economy.

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

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

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.

UE F : Architecture and rehabilitation

This class aims to raise the students' awareness to the specificities of a renovation project. The Teaching Unit focuses on the relation between renovation demands and a broad architectural vision, with particular emphasis on sustainable development.

Living in Mars

This course proposes to students of the 3 ENAC sections (AR,GC,SIE) to design in groups a space habitat on planet Mars. In an interdisciplinary way, they will approach problematics which they will have to analyze, interpret, integrate and represent.