• WEEK IV

    Par Rémi Madrona, Sébastien Hasler, 13/10/17



    SUMMARY OF THE PREVIOUS WEEKS



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    This GIF shows the 3 casted pieces chronologically, standing on the 3 different bases. The one in front being the final rendering. 


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    REFLEXION AND SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

    The sketches, pictures, technical drawings and models as a way to conceptualize our frame helped us to read and understand better our site and frame, which allowed us to create our own spatiality based on the original space.

    This new spatiality emphasizes the connexion between the various elements, and the characteristics of the site, such as the space between the two facade, or the different levels. 


    FINAL RENDERING

                     
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    Casted piece III and base III, 1:132


    BASES


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    Base I, II and III, 1:132


    PERSPECTIVES OF CASTED PIECE


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    Perspectives from inside, Rémi Madrona and Sébastien Hasler, 1:1



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    Perspectives from outside, Rémi Madrona and Sébastien Hasler, 1:1


    DESCRIPTION WEEK IV


    After these four weeks divided in small groups, the idea was to coordinate our works by placing a base under our casted pieces which creates a connection between them and forms a single site.

    Next to that, we drew our perspectives (two interns and two externs) in connection with our mold.

  • WEEK III

    Par Rémi Madrona, Sébastien Hasler, 11/10/17

    MONGE PROJECTION II



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    Technical drawing 1:66, Rémi Madrona 



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    Technical drawing  1:66, Sébastien Hasler


    CASTED PIECE III


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    Casted piece III, 1:132 


    MOLD III


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    Detail of the stairs



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    Mold III, 1:132 


    DESCRIPTION OF WEEK III


    We were not satisfied by the details of our second casted piece. The stairs and a more rigorous representation of our frame were adapted to our expectations, but the casted piece itself lacked precision we wanted. 

    In parallel, we completed our Monge projections with the template of our mold, and a drawing of our site, to be able to locate our frame in the global project. 

    To include our model to those of the studio we had to add a base which would be in connection with the topography of the site and where all the molds will be put down and connected between them. The link between them is also materialized by the consistency of heights, permitted by an intermediary personal base we had to mold. 

  • WEEK II

    Par Rémi Madrona, Sébastien Hasler, 02/10/17



    MOLD AND CASTED PIECE II


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    Casted piece II, 1:132

                

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    Mold II, 1:132


    DESCRIPTION WEEK II


    During this second week we mostly spent our time on the mold, after discussion we concluded that it was important to reveal the staircase (our principal modification between the first mold and the second one) because it gives us a representation of size in the space and the passage is clearer which makes the model more readable and more understandable.

    The small modifications between the two casted pieces bring our production closer to our sense of the site.

  • WEEK I

    Par Rémi Madrona, Sébastien Hasler, 02/10/17


    MOLD AND CASTED PIECE I

                    
         
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    Casted piece I, 1:132

    The casted piece gave us a better impression of the new space created by our frame. 



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     Mold I, 1:132


    MONGE PROJECTION I


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    Technical drawing  1:66, Sébastien Hasler

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    SKETCHES



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    Sketches from the initial frame. 



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     Measures taken on the site.



    FRAME


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    INTRODUCTION : The representation of a new space


    To choose our frame we wanted to have a bird's eye view to catch a global sight of the location. We climbed up a hill and from this point we saw all these level differences. 

    Our frame is based on a passage lined by two buildings and different levels created by the facades, two decks and the ground. These elements put together create a gap which brings a notion of space.

    The use of different graphic representations (Monge projection and sketches) made the important things in our frame stand out. These techniques allowed us to put forward certain elements, such as different levels or the empty space between buildings, which in turn brought us to make small adjustments to the delimitation of our frame in order for it to better represent our idea of the site.

    The modifications mainly involved adding new points to the frame and moving others, and led us to the first version of the mold and - following a few additional changes - then to the second version as seen above.