Rooms_Rhino

Par Hennel Claire, 31/03/20

AXONOMETRY

My axo is orientated with the east is on the right and the west on the left to have a morning and an evening area.

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I decomposed my model, from the structure I added to the proto to support my planes to the final result without the proto. So the two last planes I added create three spaces.

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VOID

I made a void of my project to identify the volume of the three different spaces. I could elongate the three blocks but I chose to add a fourth one as a common space because the feeling in this area is really different than in the others due to the openness. This is a transition between the three spaces, it gives a sequence of movement and shows a fluidity.

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ELEVATIONS

I put each elevation with their corresponding section.

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PLANS

I decided to do a second horizontal cut at the height of the head of a seated person to clarify the exploitable area.

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MOCKUPS

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PERSPECTIVES

The first one is a view of the three spaces, here we can clearly see the backrests of the inclined wall.

The second perspective is from the entrance and shows the view you have in the closed space when you are standing.

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Then, the third one is a view of the morning space from someone sitting against the vertical wall who’s looking on the left.

The last one is a view of the evening space from someone leaning against the inclined wall who’s looking on the right.

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I think these perspectives help us to project ourselves into the final construction.