Par Céliane Grenier, Flavien Ducor, Julien Rey, Alex Burri, Antoine Ricard-Gauthier, Capucine Berger, Chloé Schindler, Héloïse Héloïse, Jacques Schmidt, Kevin Corazza, Manuel Rossi, Ncuti Paris, Nicolas Carlier, Pierre Edmond Courvoisier, 10/04/17
_Etat des lieux
Section drawings, 1:20
_Model in 1:5
sink and grill area under the chimney, 1:5
Research drawings, 1:40
_New Concrete Test
concrete test, 1;1
lightweight concrete test, 1:1
Montage des pièces, 1:20
test model, 1:5
_Working area in the kitchen
All pieces in 1:10 and variations of our patterns
_Concrete/ Plaster Test
The platform is 10x12 meters is a small incline of 90 cm from the beginning until the end. The circle is the middle, of the eight proto-structure, and it is parallel to the ground. With the parametric cubic we weave space in the module. The floor system and the roof system are in dialogue by the construction. With this system the music band, the speaker, the artist,etc. are in the main place of the proto-structure, and also the dome, so there are the center of attention.
This place is Polyvalente .
_ Parametric cube 1:10 construction
_1:1 Mock up
_Atrium 1:10 model
"Main room, commanding the distribution of the traditional Roman house"
_Entrance of the proto-structure 1:10 model
_The polyvalente scene 1:10 model
_Parametric cube's construction
_1:1 Mock up
Situated at 1meter high, the bar is accessible by the fragmented bleachers on the east side, and have a terrace on the other side. With a panels system that slides from the top, the bar area can be closed, and let all the rest still usable.
The aim is to have a public space where people from different environment can meet and exchange, or just sit and have a break./Process
In a site where people from different domain meets, we made a place with different levels on which they can sit, relax, drink, and exchange.
Par Flavien Ducor, 26/12/16
The aim of this project was to generate a transitional passage from an inside space to an outside space. Using the succession of spaces from the Pieter de Hooch painting and a repeated moment from the measures plaster at different scales, I worked towards having an ascent or descent linking both spaces as well as a different feeling for every level passed through.
Different levels in the transitional passage serve the purpose of giving each space a different feel and degree of confinement or interiority. The difference between the lowest and highest level being the average height of a man allows a sensation of emergeance from an interior but an escalation or journey outwards too.
The orientation of the fragment in the constellation is quite key in defining the interior of this planes project. Although each side quite clearly suggests which is interior and exterior, placing the interior side of the model towards the center of the constellation confirms it. The fact that the fragment reappears out of the shell also hints towards which side is which
The three repeated modules at different sizes and wall thickness vary in order to increase the degree of interiority. The plaster was chosen because if each module is cast in one piece, the plaster genuinely seals the space inside, strengthening once more the interiority. Each module also interacts with the next to create openings increasing in size you advance through the transitional passage.
A moment from the measures plaster, which struck me as quite efficient in regards to linking the interior to the exterior, was the first step to the development of this project. The given painting by Pieter de Hooch also played a role in developping a succession of spaces to an exterior.