Damien Nyssen-Dehaye, Arch.Eng.

Louvain-La-Neuve

Damien Nyssen-Dehaye graduated from UCL in 2000 where he obtained a master’s degree in architectural civil engineering. Since then, he has been working in architecture for various firms in Belgium and abroad (Charles Boccara, Marrakech, 2005) and has specialized in the field of energy in buildings and sustainable development. From 2006 to 2008 he was strip leader of the self-managed   youth community center “Chez  Zelle” in Louvain-la-Neuve. Since 2009, he has been working part-time at the UCL Faculty of Architecture (LOCI)  as the scientific coordinator of the postgraduate training program “wood in construction work“, training designed to promote greater  and more thought-out  use of this material in construction. As part of the scientific part of this training program, he participated in a project to disseminate best practices in the use of wood for construction in order to guide designers at the outset of a proposed building using wood.
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