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Mathieu Cabannes Architect / Engineer


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There is always another perspective to be considered. Like a sport venue which abandons the greco-roman amphitheatre type to embrace the italian theatre type; Like a pavilion which is not only a jewel case but becomes the crafted item itself; Like an envelope which seeks to reach beyond the typical interior/ exterior duality; Like a search for internal logic when none is visible; Like a building interior climate which is not controlled by airconditioning anymore; Like a sculpture which is built as a ship; Like patterns which, when drawn out of their context, aquire a new formal autonomy.


Photography p. 20

Architecture

Curriculum vitae

Ecole d’architecture de la ville et des territoires at Marne-la-VallÊe (EAVT) p. 4

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Engineering

Werner Sobek Ingenieure p. 14

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Architecture

Ecole d’architecture de la ville et des territoires at Marne la VallÊe (EAVT)

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Environment

Think Vertical

The garden of the Jussieu University Campus lies at the intersection of three urban types : the haussmannian city, the megastructural grid of E. Albert and the modern bars of U. Cassan. If these three urban schemes are radically different in plan, they feature similar profiles in elevation, thus confering its unity to the site. Hence, the insertion of the new building in its environment is essentially based on keeping this profile.

Sport and performance venue 5th year studio class, EAVT Teacher: Marc Mimram

Program

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The program includes three functions: basketball, handball and artistic performances. The project emphasizes two of these functions, basketball and artistic performances, not favoring the experience of sport events at the expense of performances, but rather putting them on an equal footing.

Verticality

Verticality is the essential characteristic of the building. Verticality is acting from the exterior, allowing the insertion of the building into its environment. It also acts from the inside, offering an original experience of sport events.


Levels

The project needs to solve the level difference between the natural ground of the city and the elevated slab of the E. Albert building. Thus the basketball court is raised at midheight in between the two levels, allowing for direct access from the elevated circulations and an easy connection with the garden.

Intermediary space

The interior volume of the venue is protected by a full-height, multipurpose, perimeter ring : it allows exchanges with the exterior, casts views on the campus, houses the structure and the circulations, improves thermal insulation and ventilation. In order to maximize the exchanges between the arena and the exterior, all additional programmatic areas are located in the basement and on the roof.

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Diversity of uses

The gallery on the third level confers to the interior space its vertical dimension. It allows student spectators who do not necessarily have the time to stay for the whole game to enjoy part of it while offering them an excellent view on the court.

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The reception area is located on the third level and offers views on the basketball court as well as on the surrounding garden. The generous space available on the top gallery can also be used for exhibitions, student forums and other public events.


External skin Single ETFE membrane Variable level of transparency, depending on the uses and the orientation Roof Multi-purpose hall Exterior basket ball court Terrace, relaxation

Roof framing Gerber-type steel trusses

Double skin

The foul air is rejected from the main hall into the intermediary space, thus warming it in the winter, or cooling it in the summer at rather low expense. The warm air which accumulates in the intermediary space in summer conditions can be ventilated at the roof level. Low emissivity surfaces, located right behind the exterior skin, can rotate in order to reduce solar gain in summer, and to mitigate radiative heat losses in winter.

Gallery ceiling Radiative panels Acoustics insulation

Gallery level Reception space Multifunctional exhibition space Overlooking view on the garden

Balcony level Seats

Stands level Same level access from the plaza Easy slope access from the garden

Pedestal Detachment from the ground level Program in semi-basement

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Hermès architecture Pop-up store for Hermès 4th year studio class, EAVT Teacher: Florence Lipsky

An ephemeral space

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The luxury good manufacturer Hermès has imagined an ephemeral and lively space, for random encounters, targeting a young audience. Based on these premises we explored the concept of assembly, questioning the role and purpose of the pieces of material which make the architecture, and become this mediating entity between the building and the user's experience.

From simplicity to complexity

This project does not seek to create an architecture for Hermès, but rather "an Hermès architecture" which reveals the craftmanship and the artisanal know-how of the saddlemaker. Simple elements are assembled in a repetitive manner in order to create a rich and complex overall structure.

The work of the craftman

Leather work is central to the craft of Hermès. This material remains rather indeterminate, flat and flexible, until it is finely wrougth. Only the work of the artisan, the forming and the assembly of precisely cut pieces can confer its final form to the object and create the possibility of a use. This specificity which is central to leather work has set the basis for the constructive approach of the project.

Conditioning of skins Hermès tannery


Assembly

Flat flexible strips are cut and pierced according to a precise pattern. They are given rigidity and three-dimensional form by being connected two by two, using a repeated universal connector. The final form of each of these folded strips is controlled by subtle variations in the position of the holes.

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Stability

The stiffened strips are then intertwined in order to form a series of self-locking arches which constitute the stable structure of the pavilion.


Static envelope / / Dynamic inhabitant Dwelling renovation

5th year studio class, EAVT Teacher: Jean-Franรงois Blassel

Diversity of spaces

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The purpose of the exercise was to design a prototypical facade unit, to be grafted onto an existing collective housing building in the suburban town of Aulnay-sous-bois.

The central idea of the project is to create a diversity a spaces which differ by their climate, the quality of the light and their overall atmosphere. The building envelope seeks to reach beyond the typical duality of interior and exterior spaces. A rather static double skin envelope defines these different spaces, inviting the user to move from one space to another as he/she is changing its activity.

Floor plan of the renovated dwelling


The exterior envelope of the buffer space is meant to be closed in winter. It thus provides an additional thermal insulation, and can at the same time catch the available sunlight in order to increase the solar gain. The interior envelope between the living areas and the intermediary space is mostly translucent in order to allow for an optimal diffusion of natural light in the living room.

Multiple uses

The intermediary space is located, like a wintergarden, between the living room and the balcony and allows for multiple uses. In the summer, it can open towards the exterior while still being protected from direct sunlight. It is thus acting as a buffer space, which is naturally ventilated and keeping the coolness of the interior space.

Section cut through the graft

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Deterministic Chaos

Form generation-Surface/Light 5th year reasearch project EAVT Teacher: Marc Mimram

Reference Three dimensional exploration “Big Bambú” Installation by the Starn brothers Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2010

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This project aims at developing a theoretical point of view on architecture. Starting from a basic hypothesis, experimentation leads to the development of geometrical and constructive questioning. The project investigates the dual system of form-generating components and generated surface in its relation with light, questioning the transition from discrete to continuous form.

Hypothesis

Confering an internal logic to the form allows us to introduce at the same time esthetics, structural efficiency and ease of construction.

An apparently random form or texture can find its purpose in architecture as it leads the observer to consider a superior and more global reality.

The transition between discrete and continuous form is a related to perception. When this limit becomes indistinct, then emptiness can appear dark and solid form can become luminous. One need not to act on the object itself as much as one need to act on the perception of it by the subject. By removing all locally apparent logic, the object is more clearly seen in its entirety and unity.

Problem

How to create a form or texture which has a random appearance while being at the same time produced by a deterministic and rational generating process?


Unidimensional exploration

Vertical bars of three different diameters are arranged with regular spacing on parallel lines. By selecting the bars located in between two parallel planes which are rotated by an arbitrary angle, and then projecting the image of these bars on one of the two planes, one generates an dynamic pattern, like a curtain with randomly spaced pleats.

Multidimensional exploration

Quasicrystals are remarkable in the sense that they can generate an apparently random but nevertheless complete tiling of the 2D or 3D space with only a finite number of different cells. An automated drawing tool has been implemented in 2D to draw such tiling, using a systematic method developed by mathematian researchers (Socolar, Steinhardt & Levine, 1885). Only 10 different diamonds were used.

Assembly

An economical construction can be achieved by the repetition in a random pattern of a finite number of pieces. A monolithic system can be cast with only 10 different formwork elements. An assembled system can be realized with only 20 angle pieces and one type of bar.

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Picture KPF


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Engineering

Werner Sobek Ingenieure


Project manager Werner Sobek New York Chongqing Super High-Rise Plaza Sculpture Kohn Pederson Fox Associates

Picture KPF

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As part of a large real estate development in Chongquing, China, KPF architects have imagined a structure playing an esthetics as well as a programmatic role. This sculpture is creating a focal point at the center of a group of high-rises, while delineating and protecting a performance space on the podium plaza.

Scope of work

Werner Sobek New York was asked to provide structural engineering and facade design services up to the schematic design phase. The main tasks consisted in assisting the architect in defining and describing the overall form as well as choosing the material and system for the infill. It also included supervision of the wind tunnel test and design of the anchors to the podium structure.

Structure

Picture KPF

The structure of the perimeter ring was designed as double-curved box girder with internal stiffeners. The structure is in itself the esthetic object and features no additional cladding. A cable net holds the infill panels, in a composite action with the steel ring, thus allowing for the filigree appearance of the structure. A non-linear structural analysis was run in order to take into account the stiffening effect due to the pretension on the static behavior of the cables.


Envelope

RĂŠference: RhĂśn Clinicum Lamm, Weber, Donath & Partner

The envelope above the central space was to be visually aerial while providing some protection from rain. The overall form was a trimmed hyperbolic paraboloid. The edges of the glass panels have been oriented along the straight diagonal lines in order to emphasize the dynamic aspect of the sculpture. On the other hand, the cables were laid out on a different orthogonal grid in order to develop a resistance of form.

Workflow

It was essential in the schematic design phase to allow for a unequivocal description of the structure, while still keeping an iterative architectural design process. Hence, a digital parametric model was built in order to produce on the one hand the geometry in CAD format, and on the other hand the finite elements structural model.

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Meridian sections


Structural engineer Werner Sobek

Selection of projects

Office tower, 340 m

Structural engineering, analysis and design of all facades structures in design development phase. Assessment of the levelized cost of energy and the return period of a photovoltaic installation. Important diversity of facade types: stone cladding, unitized curtain-wall, hybrid and stick system curtain walls, cable supported glass-wall, structural glass stiffeners.

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ADNOC Headquarters Entry lobby facade

ADNOC Headquarters Abou Dabi HOK Architects (pictures HOK)


Quatar National Convention Center (picture QNCC)

Curtain-wall Structural use of glass

Checking of shop drawings of the main facade.

Mixed-use tower, 165 m

Offices, car park and retail mall. Schematic design. Reinforced concrete frame. Analysis and design of the lateral loads resisting system. Parametric definition of the structural model, automated load take down and automated design of the columns in order to adapt to the iterative design process of the architect.

Grid-shell skylight

Retail mall Atlantis Nantes (pictiure Werner Sobek Ingenieure)

48 m diameter Execution design of the steel frame and the glazing units for the steel contractor Seele GmbH; automated checking of each weld of a structural bar to a connection node; contact with the project manager of the contractor and with the checking engineer; writing of the design report for the special building authorization.

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Salhia tower, Bahrain SOM Architects (picture SOM)


ACCES LIVRAISON CUISINE CSEL

4.2.1 GRANDE SALLE DIVISIBLE

4.3.4 REFECTOIRE CUISINE

SALLE DE SPORT 1.1.14 MUSCULATION

4.3.5 STOCKAGE ALIM.

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4.3.3 RECEPTION

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Selection of projects

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4.4.1 BU. DIRECTION

4.4.6 BU. A LOUER

Architecture competition Fourth prize Structural engineering consultancy 4.4.6 BU. A LOUER

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3.2.5 INFORM

3.1.6 ASSISTANTS 3.1.2 BU. ADJOINTS

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Lausanne stadium Chaix & Morel (picture Chaix et Morel)

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3.1.2 BU. ADJOINTS 3.2.10 VEST. H 3.1.2 BU.ADJOINTS

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1.5.1 SALLE DE CONTROLE

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3.2.8 ARCHIVES "VIVANTES" 3.1.8 SECR. MANIFS.

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3.2.4 REPRO

Développement durable Le parti architectural, le concept constructif et les principes techniques mis en place par le projet permettent de faire du nouveau centre sportif des Prés-de-Vidy une réalisation exemplaire en terme de développement durable. L’intégration dans le site, la qualité spatiale et architecturale, la gestion programmatique des fonctions sont déterminées par rapport aux critères d’économie du projet, d’optimisation énergétique et de l’inscription sociale de la construction.

3.1.2 BU. ADJOINTS

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Béton armé sur bac acier Goujons Façade Poutres acier porteuse Revêtement 10 mm Isolation Double peau ventilée ajourée Chape flottante 70 mm Béton armé Chauffage au sol Feuille PE Isolation 80 mm Béton armé sur bac acier 120 mm Goujons Sol acier porteuse Poutres Isolation 450 mm Revêtement 10 mm Béton armé 120 mm Chape flottante 70 mm Chauffage au sol Feuille PE Isolation 80 mm Béton armé sur bac acier 120 mm Goujons Poutres acier porteuse Isolation 450 mm Béton armé 120 mm

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Façade Sol Fenêtre Double peau ventilée ajourée Revêtement Store Chape flottante Vitrage triple isolant Chauffage au sol Cadres bois Feuille PE Ouvrant oscillo-battant Isolation

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3.1.2 BU. ADJOINTS

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Des façades protégées La façade intérieure, qui donne sur le stade, est naturellement protégée par la couverture des gradins. Elle est donc à l’abri du rayonnement solaire et n’est pas sujette aux surchauffes. La façade extérieure, qui est plus exposée, est équipée d’une double peau ventilée en verre. En hiver, cette double peau renforce la résistance thermique de la façade. En été, elle permet d’activer les ouvrants et les stores sans risque de dégradation par les intempéries (pluie ou vent).

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Panneaux solaires 120 mm Sous-couverture Etanchéité Béton armé sur bac acier 120 mm Fenêtre Goujons Treilli en acier porteur Store Isolation 450 mm Vitrage triple isolant Toiture Pare-vapeur Cadres bois Béton armé 120 mm Ouvrant Panneaux solaires 50oscillo-battant mm Sous-couverture 100 mm Etanchéité Fenêtre Façade Béton armé sur bac acier 120 mm Goujons Store Treilli en acier porteur Double peau ventilée ajourée Vitrage triple isolant Isolation 450 mm Cadres bois Pare-vapeur Ouvrant oscillo-battant Béton armé 120 mm

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Panneaux solaires Sous-couverture Etanchéité Béton armé sur bac acier Goujons Treilli en acier porteur Isolation Pare-vapeur 50 mm Béton armé 100 mm

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Une ventilation naturelle efficace. La nuit, l’air frais entre par les façades et est extrait par les ouvertures en toiture. L’inertie des éléments massifs de la poutre Vierendeel est utilisée pour stocker la fraîcheur, ce qui permet d’offrir un confort estival optimal pour les bureaux.

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Un éclairage naturel abondant Les façades sont vitrées sur toute leur hauteur (pas de retombée de linteau), ce qui favorise l’éclairage en profondeur. Des ouvertures en toiture, disposées à cheval sur l’espace central de service et les bureaux donnant sur le stade, permettent d’équilibrer les niveaux d’éclairement et de compenser la présence de la couverture du stade.

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Minergie P-ECO L’ensemble des mesures constructives mises en oeuvre permettra au projet d’atteindre les exigences énergétiques et de développement durable fixées par le maître de l’ouvrage.

Architecture competition Structural engineering consultancy

3.2.12 ARCHIVES 3.1.7 BU. RESERVE

Un potentiel de captation de grande envergure. La toiture est prévue pour accueillir des panneaux photovoltaïques sur tout le pourtour du stade. L’énergie produite viendra compenser les besoins énergétiques du bâtiment.

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Principe structurel du stade Le projet du nouveau centre sportif des Prés-de-Vidy est composé de de 2 parties distinctes, dont la structure est traitée de manière différenciée. La géométrie, rectangulaire en plan et les faibles portées structurelles du socle enterré permettent de mettre en œuvre des méthodologies et des outils de construction conventionnels en béton armé pour supporter les charges du parc en surface. La fabrication de béton recyclé sur site et l’utilisation de cendre volante en remplacement du ciment, sera favorisée dans le processus de construction. La structure porteuse ponctuelle accentue l’aspect aérien et flottant de la toiture au-dessus du parc et garantit la qualité des espaces habités. Elle est composée d’une structure collaborante mixte acier et béton fixée sur une grille de poutre Vierendeel formant un caisson. Les efforts horizontaux et le contreventement sont repris par les encastrements des poteaux dans le socle rigide en béton formé par les gradins du stade. Le rythme des poteaux et des montants de la poutre Vierendeel s’adapte aux espaces de la toiture habitée. La structure porteuse de la piscine reprend les principes de construction collaborante mixte en béton et acier. La position des poteaux dans le volume permet de dégager d’importantes ouvertures pour l’éclairage zénithal.

EDF Training Center Atelier Seraji (picture ASAA)

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Armoires solaires et jardin “avant propos” WC

Champs de fleurs Blé L’ombre des forêts Arbustes coupés Pavé engazonné Gazon pavé

Stabilisé Béton

Comment réconcilier au sein d’une même entité ces trois « situations » particulières ? Comment éviter de sceller un environnement en devenir avec un bâtiment plaqué au sol, qui risquerait d’instaurer une coupure trop brutale entre ce qui est bâti et ce qui ne l’est pas ?

Nous avons recherché à créer un univers à la fois lisible et complexe qui puisse devenir le socle et le sol de ces trois « conditions » (se rencontrer, apprendre, habiter): trois paysages artificiels qui s’entrecroisent et dialoguent au sein de la machine fonctionnelle que doit être le bâtiment. Nous l’avons imaginé comme une petite ville, autonome et fonctionnelle (principe de réalité), traversée physiquement et 397.5 TOITURE 1:200 NIVEAU conceptuellement par le « principe de paysage ».

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La conception d’ensemble est guidée par quatre principes :

Séminaires - Restauration

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Vue du ciel - 1:500

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Nous vous avons promis trois institutions en une. Trois établissements synonymes d’activité, de confort et d’appartenance ; un centre formation A LOUER technique et généraliste, ACCES PROGRAMME PRIVE RESTAURANT un hôtel etxxxune multitude d’activités et m2 programmes collectifs associés, qui doivent s’installer dans un contexte paysager en frange d’urbanisation.

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Art school Aix en Provence Atelier Seraji (pictures ASAA) Le profil de l’ESA-X fait écho à la géographie du lieu mite du site

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Preparation of the bid for the engineering design tender. Constitution of the design team: Beterem, ALTO Ingéniere, Pyramide Ingénierie, Werner Sobek. Presentation of the design team to the client and the architect. Grand Théâtre de Rabat, Zaha Hadid Architects (picture ZHA)

Preparation of the bid for the engineering design tender. Constitution of the design team: Beterem, ALTO Ingéniere, Pyramide Ingénierie, Werner Sobek.

Cas'Arts, Casablanca, Christian de Portzamparc (picture Atelier de Porzamparc)

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Yellowstone, Wyoming

Yellowstone, Wyoming

Versailles, Ile de France

Stinson Beach, California

Istanbul, Turkey

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Loctudy, Finistère

Page, Arizona

Toronto, Ontario

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London, England

Chicago, Illinois

Providence, Rhode Island

Patterns and textures

Natural or built forms can acquire, when they are drawn out of their context, a autonomous plastic character. These forms are preexisting in nature but this is the eye of the photographer which can bring them to light and allow them to be seen. San Francisco, California

London, England

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Rome, Italy

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Nouvelle OrlĂŠans, Louisiana


Curriculum vitae

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Mathieu Cabannes

EDUCATION Master of architecture Master of Science Civil Engineering

Ecole d'architecture de la ville et des territoires, Champs-sur-Marne, France Expected in June 2012 University of California, Berkeley, CA, United States of America Graduated in May 2008 Structural Analysis, Dynamics of Structures, Seismic Design Finite Elements, Control & Optimization of Distributed Parameters Systems Financial Engineering, History of Architecture

Master of Science

Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France Graduated in Septembre 2007 Double major Mechanics & Economics

Classes préparatoires Lower division classes

Lycée Privé Sainte Geneviève, Versailles, France MPSI, MP*

PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCE SCAU

Paris, France

Werner Sobek

Paris, France

Werner Sobek

New York, NY, United States of America

Architect intern June 2011 - Septembre 2011

Business development manager Déc. 2010 - present

Project engineer Sept. 2009 - août 2010 Structural engineer Juillet 2008 - août 2009

Bouygues Construction Engineering intern Avril 2007 - juillet 2007

French Army

Platoon leader Sept. 2004 - Avril 2005

Involvement in the Orléans arena competition Consulting to the design partners, research on means to reduce the overhead costs.

In charge of the French-speaking countries: client relations, applications for competitions, structural engineering consultancy for competitions, fee proposals.

Project manager. Analysis and design, coordination with the architect, supervision of the draftmen. All kinds of structural engineering calculations and reports for buildings and facades.

Courbevoie, France

Implementation of a reinforced concrete slab design tool for internal use.

Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan, then 3° RSMA, Cayenne, French Guyana Officer student, in charge of the initial military training of inductees

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EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES Project management

First prize laureate of the BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION Challenge 2006 Drawing up of a bid package in response to an infrastructure tender addressing congestion issues in the city of Dubai. Presentation of the offer to a panel of experts.

Management & Leadership

Group leader, French boyscouts Responsible for the planification and the supervision of the summer camp of 30 boyscouts. Scouts Unitaires de France, 2006 - 2007

RESEARCH PAPERS Architecture & Engineering

Transparency and energy efficiency. Which compatibility? Which inconsistency? Graduation academic paper - Ecole d'architecture de la ville et des territoires, 2012. Tutor : Jean-François Blassel

Saisir le rĂŠel

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Theoretical thinking about a practical issue. Tutor : Marc Mimram

Reflexions on the role of th engineer in the art of construction Graduation academic paper - Ecole polytechnique, 2009 Tutor : Patrick Le Tallec

A Comparative Analysis of the Basilica of Maxentius, the Pantheon and the Mont Saint Michel - A study of some design issues arising in vaulting architecture UC Berkeley, 2008

Economics & Finance

Pricing of Options using the Theory of Viability UC Berkeley, 2008

Impact of the new accounting standards IAS/IFRS on the optimisation of the assetliability management of a life insurance firm and the evaluation of its fair value Ecole polytechnique, 2006


SPECIAL SKILLS CAD

Parametric design & Automation

Structural Engineering Edition

Languages

AutoCAD SketchUp Rhinoceros GrassHopper AutoCAD scripting Visual Basic for MS Excel ETABS, RFEM, RSTAB, Sofistik, SJ-Mepla Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop MS Office: Word, Excel PowerPoint French / Native language English / Full professional proficiency Basic understanding of German

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Mathieu Cabannes 11 avenue de la RĂŠpublique 2 villa Saint Joseph 94300 Vincennes +33 7 60 45 44 51 mathieu.cabannes@gmail.com



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