Ph.D. Researcher at the Chair for Construction Heritage and Preservation, ETH Zurich. Matthias studied architecture in Munich, Rome, and Toronto with a focus on structural design. He received his master’s degree with high distinction from TUM in 2019. In 2020 he pursued postgraduate studies in Design Thinking at the HPI D-School. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate within the NCCR dfab, with a focus on AM for the repair of High-Tech facades.
This project investigates the application of computational design and digital manufacturing technologies investigated within the NCCR Phase 2, especially in the area of 3D-printed bespoke metal joints and façade systems, to the existing building stock in the context of preservation and repair of the younger building stock.
Role in the NCCR Digital Fabrication
Chair for Digital Building Technologies, ETH Zurich, Construction Heritage and Preservation, ETH Zurich
Repair of façade construction detailing leveraging AM
High-Tech for High-Tech. Zum Potential digitaler Fabrikationstechniken für die Instandsetzung architektonischer Innovationen der 1980er Jahre (2022)
- Date: 12.05.2022
- Authors: Matthias Brenner
- Event: D-ARCH Research Day: Ecological Turn in Architecture