Architect
Dürig Architekten
IttenBrechbühl
Interior Design
IttenBrechbühl
Landscape Architect
IttenBrechbühl
Structural Engineer
Thomas Jundt ingénieurs civils
Building Services
Tecnoservice Engineering
Electrics
Perrin Spaeth
Acoustics
PPlus Sàrl
Building Physics
PPlus Sàrl
Fire Safety
Ignis Salutem
Software / Digital Construction
Losinger Marazzi
Revit
Drofus
Dalux
Solibri
Microstation
AutoCad
Adobe Suite
Facade
CBS-CBT
Windows
Baumgartner Fenêtres
Bathroom and Plumbing
EuroComponents
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© Fernando Guerra
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© Fernando Guerra
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The task was clear but very ambitious: The 916 rooms of the student housing complex covering 32,000 m2 of usable area were supposed to be ready for occupation after only 900 days of construction time. Delaying the completion date was not possible since the housing complex was intended to serve as accommodation for 1800 athletes of the Youth Olympic Games that took place in the hometown of the IOC in January 2020. The BIM method helped IttenBrechbühl, the architects in charge and Losinger Marazzi, the general contractor, maintain deadlines and the budget and realise the design by architect Jean-Pierre Dürig without loss of quality.