L35 Architects at BIMobject Live:

Creating the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Find out how Real Madrid's new stadium is built & what goes into the building process.

Building with BIM

At BIMobject Live 2020, Tristán López-Chicheri and Alejandro Lorca Melton of L35 Architects share a behind-the-scenes view of how the Santiago Bernabéu stadium was created, the challenges of the massive project, and how BIM enabled innovative new ways of working.

Get a taste of the building process:

The Bernabéu façade is parametric. It is based on 3D lines in space, which change your perception of scale as you get closer to the façade. You can see the whole volume from about 120 meters away, but as you get closer, these lines change in reference and scale down the building.”
Alejandro Lorca
Senior partner and Director at L35.
BIM has changed our methodology, how we go about a project from the beginning to the end. It changes the requirements for the staff, and it requires continuous training because BIM itself is changing.”
Tristán López-Chicheri
Architect and CEO at L35
We have done more than 50 projects in BIM and we have BIM teams at our three main offices in Madrid, Barcelona and Paris. We collaborate with all consultants and engineers through BIM tools."
Tristán López-Chicheri
Architect and CEO at L35
You have to fully embrace the technology to take advantage of all of the possibilities it has. It was a great journey for us, and we are still looking at ways to automate all our processes and take better advantage of BIM.“
Alejandro Lorca
Senior partner and Director at L35.

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