• Week 7 - Infrastructure group

    Par yousra, Paulo, Maude, Alexandre, Enea, Liliana, Allae, Tom, Florence, Simon, fanny, Nicolas, Maria, Christian, Amelie, Morgan, Mathilde, Romain, Jonathan, Dana, Alex O, 25/10/15


    All plans aligned (note: diagonal lines added but not present in image)

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  • enclosure within continuity

    Par Enea, Dana, Alex O, 12/10/15

    The contrast between verticality, horizontality, interiority and exteriority was apparent throughout the measurement process of both Lausanne and Paris. Our concept was to merge these contrasts using recurring curves in the most complete way possible.


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    Mould of the hybrid 1:66


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    Perspective 1


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    Perspective 2


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    Perspective 3




  • Enclosure within continuity - process

    Par Enea, Dana, Alex O, 11/10/15

           

    Various scales englobed in various social programs, a social scale with a gradient of details that accompany the individual. In lausanne, a warm, welcoming, yet solid horizontality. In Paris, a vertical, private, haussmannian grid-like grandness.


    As a main element, our section of Lausanne contains an arch, structured by the slabs that give the whole facade a horizontal rhythm. These elements being the starting point of a passage, they symbolize different movements and the interaction of diverse programs, traversing the building and directly connecting the external roads on both sides of the building with the interior court.
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    Monge de Lausanne 1:33 (plan, élévation, et coupe)



    We decided to focus on the arch and the contrast of the above space for our mould of Lausanne. The private space is separated from the public space by a balcony.

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    Moule de Lausanne 1:33




    Paris has a door overlooking the sidewalk framed by a pair of imposing columns defining the vertical axe that closes off the entrance to a private space.

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    Monge de Paris 1:33 (plan, élévation, coupe)


    The hybrid merges the horizontality of the welcoming lines that introduce the pedestrian and/or vehicle to the arch and across the building with the vertical, grid-like system of Paris (that ensures a closed off, private space).

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    Superposition de calques, montrant une fenêtre de Paris imposée dans l'arche de Lausanne 1:33

    Adding part of an apartment window from Paris within the arch expands this very contrast as the continuous, semi-cercle of the arch is suddenly cut off, forming a new space that is no longer viewed as an invitation.


    For the mould of the hybrid, we integrated several details within the arch that extend out, and continue along the facade. It is nearly cubic-shaped in order to ensure an imposable and oppressive aspect. In an attempt to make a contrast between the heavy appearance of the mould and it's actual weight, the volume of the cub is filled with styrofoam. Thereby, it symbolises the remaining of a passage despite the obstacles to it's fluidity. 

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    Moule de l'hybride 1:66



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    Perspective vue d'intérieur - mise en valeur





    Les 3 perspectives