Our projects

Summum Engineering operates in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, as well as in the arts. Our projects include lightweight structures, sustainable buildings and art installations.

Portalen

Deployable timber gridshell

Hennephof

Hemplime, timber building

Bakstenen Blikvanger

Circular Catalan vault

Dome of Plants

Glulam bamboo lamella dome

Domes Village

Timber domes with bridges

Rotterdamse Dromers

Rotterdam Mountain

Cable-net stabilized high-rise

Bridge Project

3D printed concrete bridge

Coral dome

Radial timber ribs

Natural dome

Clad timber structure

Geodesic dome

Timber lattice dome

Tensail

Tensegrity canopy

Additive Stereotomy

3D printed prestressed arches

Terramia

Sprayed mud and bamboo shells

Palais de l’Atlantique

ETFE cladding

Palawan

Steel geodesic dome

Biosintrum

ETFE inflatable

ConsulTable Challenge

3D concrete printed bridge

ZigZagCity

Timber pavillion

Biodiversity Tree

3D printed concrete tower

Magnolia

Deployable GFRP gridshell

Modus

Participatory real estate development

Modular

Flexible climbing wall system

Europe

Asia

Previous work

The following projects were carried out as a freelancer or under previous employment at Cming.

Casa Convento

Bamboo structure

Telescope villa

Straw-bale passive house

Acqui Terme schools

Prefab straw-bale and glulam

Tredici house

Straw-bale NZEB house

Terrepaille building

Straw-bale, clay and timber

Delizia house

Hemplime and glulam

Previous work

The following projects were carried out under previous employment at the Block Research Group, ETH Zurich.

The following projects were carried out under previous employment at Witteveen+Bos consulting engineers.

Our workshops

On occasion, Summum Engineering offers workshops to students and professionals, related to its specialties. Workshops included parametric engineering for the structural engineers of Amsterdam, Utrecht and Witteveen+Bos; membrane structures and form-finding for students at the Detmold School of Architecture, Germany; and, gridshell construction for students at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.