TFE by Amélie Halbach presented in June 2019 at the ARCHI faculty of ULiège Promoter S. Jancart – Member of the Jury H. Maillot KEY WORDS BIM – Circular economy – Design for Deconstruction – Material passport – Life cycle
Emmanuel Mossay lecture The ecosystem approach offers many opportunities, starting from the limits of biocapacity and other societal issues, to offer answers to public deficits, and the reduction of externalities (and their financing).
Charlotte Dautremont1 *, Charlélie Dagnelie2, Sylvie Jancart1 1LNA, Faculty of Architecture, University of Liège, Belgium 2QUERCUS Architecture Keywords Circularity, BIM6D, Sustainable Architecture, Reuse summary For thirty years, sustainable architecture has focused on the energy performance of buildings and on energy
Vincent Martin lecture (file in French) As an evolving digital prototype of the building, the BIM models offer the opportunity to optimize many problems of the world of construction in a controlled industrialized collaborative process during the entire life cycle
Keywords: BIM, Reuse, Modeling, Circularity C Dautremont1, S Jancart1, C Dagnelie2 and A Stals1 1LNA, Faculty of architecture, Liège University, Belgium 2ERCUS Architecture, Belgium Abstract. The current change in societal model, from linear to circular, coupled with the digital transition,
Amélie Halbach & Sylvie Jancart This study questions the relevance of the combination of Design for Deconstruction (DfD) and Building Information Model (BIM) by means of a series of retrospective interviews. The objective of these interviews is to identify the
Amélie Halbach, Charlotte Dautremont, Sylvie Jancart Keywords. BIM, Circular Economy, Design for Deconstruction, Material Passport, Life Cycle. The purpose of this article is to study practices that maximize the future reuse of new materials and components. In particular, it attempts