• CONLCUSION OF THE "MEASURES" PROJECT

    Par Deborah Zanolo, Noemie Tschabold, 16/10/17

    Our site was very simple but full of potential.

    All along our work we have kept in mind the topic of « space and elevation », which summarize the whole project. Every choices we made about the Monge drawing, the cast or the perspectives tend to show the space in front of the bridge and the imposing stature of it. Its edge is a way to define the space stopping the verticality of the bridge.

  • SPACE & ELEVATION (week 4)

    Par Deborah Zanolo, Noemie Tschabold, 16/10/17

    DRAWING


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             THE CAST - final results


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  • Week 4

    Par Estelle Delavy, Isabelle Miodonski, 15/10/17

    It's the last week before the critic: we finished our final plaster and worked on its perspectives.

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                Final Edelweiss plaster [1:132]



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        3 Monge perspectives based on the walls of our buildings [1:132]


    Our site is composed of the main road and two buildings surrounding an inclined side street. We noticed the importance between the horizontality of the road and the verticality of our buildings, but without forgetting the space in between the two structures. The spaciality is very interesting: in fact, we feel a sort of confinement between the buildings, but also an opening thanks to the large space in the side street and the sidewalk giving directly on the main road.

  • Week 3

    Par Estelle Delavy, Isabelle Miodonski, 15/10/17

    We decided to explore the details and to add more complexity to our second plaster. We experimented different depth of windows, attempted new techniques on our mold and corrected some "mistakes" that we discovered in the previous one.


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        Top: Second cardboard mold [1:132]

        Bottom: Second EPFL plaster of sector C in Malley [1:132]


    This plaster is more alive than the first one. We can now see the relation between the main road, our side street and the heights of the two buildings surrounding our zone. The stairs and the windows add some relief to our piece.


  • MEASURES PROJECT

    Par Laureen Hu, 15/10/17

    What stroke us the most in our site were the different heights of its elements: the tall bridge and the short containers but also the ground as it was steep. Thanks to the different measures we took, we managed to present our site in different forms in two scales. We also realised that the distribution of the objects gave us an interesting landscape: the L shape made by the bridge and the containers is an aspect of our site that we tried to replicate with our drawings and models.