Par Andrea Marmolejo Valdez, Arno Wust, Claudia Ramalhoto Penela, Edward Forsey, Elisa Christen, Etienne Eich, Gaspar Candil Garcia, Gleb Kolesnikov, Johan Gurba, Judith Michellod, Laurent Chassot, Leonita Gjocaj, Lisa Carminati, Maylis Pillet, Naomy Walther, Nathan Benarroch, Philippe Mourelle, Quentin Paillat, Sacha Nicolas, Schaeleen Bhatch, Valentin Popescu, Vincent Luetto, Ziad Wahida, 19/10/16
Zürich's final mould, 1:132
Here, we can see the evolution of our plaster of Zürich
Zürich's monge, 1:132 Zürich's perspective view from the inside. We can see our Lausanne's building from there.
Lausanne's final mould, 1:132
The evolution of plaster of our building from Lausanne
We recreated the same situation as Zürich so that we can have a better comparison between those two fragments. We built a roof and the entrance, which is as well defined by a pillar and a wall
Lausanne's perspective view from the front Lausanne's evolution monge, 1:66 Lausanne's perspective view from the inside
General situation with our two plaster models
First mould of Lausanne, 1:132
First cast of Lausanne, 1:132
Fourth mould of Zürich, 1:132
Inside and outside Zürich
This mould represents the entrance of the Toni Areal's building which is a place with a lot of movement and a mainly covered place. We also focused on that point for the mould of Lausanne.
We delimited the door with the wall and the pillar. The angle in the ground is due to the fact that we worked with another group ; we decided to divide the hall in two parts.