The goal of the course was to have a better understanding of circular bio-economy as well as the development of the SUMA House in the Building Information Tool, Revit.


Circular Bioeconomy

Building Information Modelling improves the construction process of mass timber.
Although, BIM does not take part of the system from the beginning, it has potential to implement data from harvesting and recycling to track the material during and after disassembling to complete the process of the circular system.


SUMA House – Revit

Revit is a powerful and I was able to produce floor plans, sections, details as well as some visualizations.

Ground Floor Plan

First Floor

Long Section AA

Section Detail

Interior Image 01

Interior Image 02


SUMA House Tools is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at MMTD in 2021/2022 by student Ricardo Cruz Recalde. Faculty: Michael Salka. CourseMMTD01 – Tools