The idea of this week was to build the three rooms with only two planes for the Main and secondary room and three for the bed keeping in mind the idea of assembly.
Monge of the constructions (1:66 with details in 1:20) and Monge of the plasters (1:66)
First idea is to analyze the space of the painting from Pieter de Hooch. Using the different rooms (main room, secondary room and bed) the aim is to separate them and put them in a line in order to create a perspective.
Views of the Bed construction
This room reference the bed in the painting. It's a more extended space coming from the idea of infinity in the darkness from the painting.
Views of the secondary room construction
View of the Main room construction
The way that the secondary room and the bed are linked to the protostructure is different than the link of the main room. That come from the importance of the main room in the second idea.
Second idea is to put them together in another way than in the painting. Put in the bed and secondary room more in the main room is the target. By doing that it creates a new space.
Views of the assembly
Views of the both sides of the project
Elevations with constructions and axonometry with the assembly (1:66)
Perspective of the three constructions in line (1:66)
What's inside these constructions?
Cavalier perspective of the two different moments (1:66)
This week the aim was to insert our ideas in the protostructure.Using the same disposition as the plasters of last week and putting them in a line to create the idea of infinity. The three constructions are now build in carboard cause of their weight.
Inside of the main room (1:20) Construction of the bed (1:20) Construction of the secondary room (1:20)
An other idea was to be able to recreate the spacial divitions from the plaster of first week.
The three cardboard constructions assembled
New version of the Monge, scale (1:66) / (1:1)
Two elevations and one axonometry, scale (1:66)
I based my project on the picture that we choose last week. Taking the three different parts (bed, secondary room and main room) of plasters from last week, separated these different parts and put them in a straight line. More, to put this configuration in the line of the railway from Zürich to remember the picture when you're on a railway and you're looking at the infinity in front of you.
Mold of the bed, scale (1:66) Mold of the secondary room, scale (1:66) Mold of the main room, scale (1:66)
Plaster of the main room (1:66)
Plaster of the secondary room (1:66)
Plaster of the bed (1:66)
Monge of the plasters, scale (1:66) / (1:1)
Technique about the wires
Plasters (1:66) in situation