DMS Berlin 2019 „Impact: Design With All Senses“

For the latest Design Modelling Symposium held in Berlin in September 2019, Noémie Aureau was invited to give a conference as a keynote speaker.

She presented the design modelling process used for an opera project in Asia designed by RPBW, for which she explored a wide range of massing and building envelope options to define the best architectural proposal using a multi-criteria approach to architectural design.

The Design Modelling Symposium Berlin 2019 main focus was „Impact: Design With All Senses“

Through the synthesis of artistic, theoretical and technological perspectives, the Design Modeling Symposium aims at providing a research and exploration platform dedicated to the role of digital technology in art, architecture and design and its effects on the future of society, our environment and innovation.


DMS 2019 Location :

Universität der Künste / Berlin / Germany


Advisory Board

Christoph Gengnagel
Design and Structural Engineering (KET) &  Hybrid Platform Berlin, University of the Arts Berlin, Germany

Olivier Baverel
School Architecture of Grenoble & Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Paris, France

Jane Burry
School of Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

Mette Ramsgard Thomsen
Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA), Royal Danish Academy of the Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark

Stefan Weinzierl
Audio Communication Group, Technical University Berlin, Germany