Fabacademy 2018
Victor Lévy


Principle and Practice

Week 1

Project Management

Week 2

Computer aided design

Week 3

Computer-controled cutting

Week 4

Electronic production

Week 5

3D Scanning, 3D printing

Week 6

Electronic design

Week 7

Computer controled machining

Week 8

Embeded programming

Week 9

Moulding and casting

Week 10

Output devices

Week 11

Input devices

Week 12

Interface and programming

Week 13

Networking & communications

Week 14

Mechanical design

Week 15

Machine design

Week 16

Wildcard week

Week 17

Applications and Implications

Week 18

Invention, intellectual property

Week 19

Final project development

Week 20

Final Project

week 21 and more

About Me

I believe that what defines me best is insatiable curiosity and overflowing enthusiasm.

I like to learn, to teach, to discover new fields of research,
to meet people and to generate other unlikely encounters between them.

Father of two children, Clara, 23, and Nathan 20 years old.
My family consists of seven different origins and this characteristic makes me adapt extremely easily.

My background began with architectural studies at ISAVH in Brussels.
After a fairly classical course as an architect,
I met and worked in the collective TOTEM
consisting of illustrator, graphic designers, art directors, designers, architects.
Our model was Pentagram, the London multi-disciplinary collective.
It was here that I discovered the richness of different disciplines and the synergies that this entails.
At that time we worked on book publishing, communication and advertising.
We were also chosen to be the artistic director of Tintin's latest album
and all the merchendising of the Hergé studios.

When the collective stopped, I started my architecture studio and practiced for more than 25 years.
We worked on multiple scales: Urban, building, interiors, commercial architecture, scenography, object design.

In parallel with my office, I decided to develop one of my passions: photography.
Seven-year period, some exhibitions, books, orders. A work mainly on and around the city.


I have taught in several schools for twenty years: the CAD, ISAVH,
La Cambre visual art,La Cambre Architecture, the French Institute of Fashion in Paris.

We have with Julien Vaissières, David Erkan created the Fablab ULB
David Erkan, Denis Terwagne and I currently teach digital fabrication and design in the ULB Faculty of Architecture.