De la conception à la préfabrication numérique 3D : pour le développement d'une architecture écoresponsable en bois à géométrie complexe

Authors: Tolszczuk-Leclerc, Zoé
Advisor: Bernier-Lavigne, SamuelSalenikovich, Alexander
Abstract: While the principles of sustainable development, building ecology and energy efficiency are becoming ever more important in architectural design, the CLT, by its intrinsic characteristics, is an ideal building material for eco-responsible architecture. However, CLT buildings aspiring to provide good energy performance are generally constrained by design guidelines and rules, which does not encourage formal experiments that would explore alternative passive strategies based on the shape of the building.The purpose of the dissertation is to demonstrate that an integrated design approach combined with the precision and diversity of the elements of digital fabrication now allows architects to integrate complex shapes and spaces into CLT building design. Through a research-creation process, the research project demonstrates that it is possible to carry out formal explorations while validating the structural composition and generating the assembly details of the structure. The use of a single work interface, namely 3D parametric software, simplifies the work of the designer. This software makes it easy to share the model among the various professionals associated with the project and, in addition, it generates the cutting files for CNC machine tools, which contributes to a more efficient realization.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2018
Open Access Date: 7 May 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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