• / Double Element

    Par Ozan Bakir, Alison Blank, Raphael Boscarato, Heloise Corpataux, Jonathan Fraschini, Marianne Ghorayeb, Erblin Jasiqi, Delphine Klumpp, Sebastien Leveille, Judith Mizutani, Cedric Nim, David Perret, Stephanie Pitteloud, Virginie Schwab, Simon Sierro, Mathieu Stutz, Simon Wust, Jonas Reymondin, Antonin Mack, 26/10/15

    / Passage


    Au sein du studio, nous avons choisi la notion de passage comme liant. Comment l'élément de chacun des groupes (table, fenêtre, porte, lit) peut-il prolonger un passage, le transformer, le compléter,...

    Comment le positionnement de nos éléments affecte-t-il le rythme du passage?



  • DOUBLE ELEMENT : OUVERTURE ET MODULARITE

    Par Jonathan Fraschini, Marianne Ghorayeb, Judith Mizutani, Cedric Nim, Raphael Boscarato, 25/10/15

    WEEK 6


        La fenêtre est un élément qui peut permettre à la fois de créer une communication entre deux espaces ou de les séparer. Effectivement, nous avons décidé de jouer sur cet aspect en créant une fenêtre double qui admettrait de multiples configurations afin d'obtenir différent niveaux de luminosité, d'exposition et d'intimité.


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    Maquette schématique en 1:20 de la fenêtre (à gauche), maquette en 1:5 de la fenêtre (à droite)


        Nous avons donc choisi de créer un cadre permettant une configuration en vitrine (grande ouverture) ou en fenêtre "privée" (ouverture plus réduite). Ainsi, comme on peut le voir sur la maquette en 1:20, il y aurait la vitrine fixée sur le cadre (élément de droite) et la fenêtre pourrait s'ouvrir et se rabattre par dessus (élément de gauche).

    Par ailleurs, sur la fenêtre nous avons créé un système de modules altérant la relation entre les espaces de chaque côté (maquette ci-dessous) créant une fenêtre modulaire et modulable.


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                                                               Maquette en 1:10 du système modulable


    WEEK 7


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                                                            Prototype de la fenêtre à l'échelle 1:5


    Le système d'ouverture de la fenêtre se base désormais sur un système de coulissage.


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                                                                      Détail du rail à l'échelle 1:5


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                                                Différentes configurations des modules à l'échelle 1:5


    WEEK 8

        La fenêtre est désormais immobile mais elle reste modulable. Nous avons supprimé les systèmes de rails à la base des fenêtres et à l'intérieur même de l'ouverture de la fenêtre privée, le systèmes de modules n'étant plus pertinent. 


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                                                    Prototype 1:10 de l'élément en configuration table


    Ainsi un mécanisme de pivot sur la fenêtre dite "privée" permet une métamorphose d'un passage entre les fenêtres à un lieu de rencontre autour d'une table. 


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                                                        Détails de construction sur le prototype 1:10


        Seule la fenêtre peut être en table, comme ci-dessus et soit bloquer le passage, soit créer un lieu de rencontre selon la disposition.

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                                                     Element 1:1 disposé dans Lausanne (avenue Georgette)



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                                    Prototype à l'échelle 1:66 disposé sur le moule du site (hybride Paris-Lausanne)


    D'autre part, associée à la porte la fenêtre peut, de manière similaire, soit clore et définir le point le plus intime de l'espace créé par l'ensemble des éléments, soit ouvrir le passage et ainsi transformer l'endroit le plus exiguë en un point de rencontre, un carrefour.


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                                 Les deux configurations possibles de l'élément lorsqu'il est associé à la porte (1:1)



  • DOUBLE ELEMENT

    Par Judith Mizutani, 23/10/15

    Everyday we ecounter and use different objects and elements without necessarly acknoyledging them. As a matter of fact, those elements can be used in many different ways and maybe even be combined.


    WEEK 6 - STUDY OF FIVE ELEMENTS:

            The door

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        A door is an opening in a wall with a mechanism allowing it to be closed and/or locked. It is an element allowing the passage of people but also of air, light, sounds, etc. from one space to another.

    A door gives a direction to a space, inviting the people to go a certain way, or if it's closed not to this specific way.

    It must be the rough size of a man at least, but it can also be way bigger. For instance interior doors and garage doors don't have the same dimensions or proportions as they serve different purposes.

        This element is directly linked to the movement and the passage of people, it makes spaces accessible or not depending on if it's closed or open. 


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    A door is not only linked to the movement of people going through it but also to it's own movement. Indeed this is an element that must be in motion in order to be convenient: one would want a door to open as swiftly as possible not to interrupt the movement of moving from one room, one space to another.



            The window


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        A window is an opening in a wall, made of glass, which allows the passing of light. A window can sometimes be opened or closed but it's not an element people can through to enter or leave a space (generally).

    Windows create a realtion between two spaces through the view and the light, it can be between two exterior spaces, two interior spaces or both.

    The main characteristic of a window is probably that it is possible to see through it, hence the importance of its material and the reason why it's poart of its definition. Nevertheless, it isn't always possible to see throught windows, for example in churches one can't see throguh the stained-glass window, indeed in this case the window isn't only a way to lighten a space or to create communication between interior and exterior but it is also a piece of art. However, a window always let light pass through it.

        A window can have many different sizes depending on the structure it's in and the concept of said structure. Indeed some windows are huge and way bigger than the size of a man (bay windows, store fronts) and some are smaller (portholes for example).



            The table


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        A table is a piece of furniture composed of a flat horizontal surface set on one or more legs or supports.

    A table's heigh must be about as high as the middle of the torso of a person of average height when he is sitting for it to be convenient and comfortable to use (as Le Corbusier said with Le Modulor).

        It can be the support for a lot of different activitions: for example it can be used by a group of people (for meals, for games, for meetings, ...) or by people on their own (to study) so the size is really variable (the length and the width), even the height can change depending on the function of the table, indeed a bedside table won't have the same height as a coffee table or as a desk.



            The bed


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        A bed is a piece of furniture on which one lays to relax or to sleep. It's usually composed of a horizontal flat surface propped up on four supports but different designs exist.





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        A bed's size depends on its user, indeed it must be roughly the size of the person who uses it so it won't be the same proportions for an infant or for an adult. Moreover not only the size but the shape also varies (for instance a crib is significantly different from a regular adult bed).


            Infrastructure

        Infrastructure is a set of work constituting the fondation, the implantation in the ground of a construction or of a set of installations. It can also be a set of work linking a group of elements together.

  • Maquette de scenario

    Par Ozan Bakir, Alison Blank, Raphael Boscarato, Heloise Corpataux, Jonathan Fraschini, Marianne Ghorayeb, Erblin Jasiqi, Delphine Klumpp, Sebastien Leveille, Antonin Mack, Judith Mizutani, Cedric Nim, David Perret, Stephanie Pitteloud, Virginie Schwab, Simon Sierro, Mathieu Stutz, Jonas Reymondin, Simon Wust, 19/10/15





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  • W1 Monge of Paris and Lausanne

    Par Cedric Nim, Judith Mizutani, 28/09/15

    Lausanne

    Architecture is a way to define space, indeed buildings create boundaries between private and public for instance. This building in Avenue Georgette in Lausanne is a great example of such separation.

    As a matter of fact, in this building public and private spaces are completely juxtaposed without breaking the overall unity. However, those different spaces are clearly marked on the facade where multiple elements define each space.

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    Paris

    When Avenue Georgette showed the difference between private and public, Avenue de Sebastopol in Paris is a great example of the opposition between the layers of the city. Indeed, on the surface life thrives but quite unexpectedly it's underground that the city is the most lively. 

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