STRUCTURE TEST 1:10
A FEW SKETCHES
Hester John, Towers, 1970
The concept of the horizontal centering was kept from the double element. A serie of vertical planes defines a new reduced space. The stairs compensate the absence of horizontal planes. The visitor is free to wander through the whole column and discover a new point of view at every step.
Our double element, an hybrid inspired by chronophotography through the window of a train and the counter, create a new place of meeting between our facades. This centring helps the look to go from Lausanne to Paris. Our wood structure allows a horizontality and a stability needed to keep this homogeneity.