• Space system

    Par Alison Blank, Marianne Ghorayeb, Virginie Schwab, Jonas Reymondin, 11/11/15


    - Infrastructure / study of the passage -



    How can a system, a structure interact with the passage ? How can it be used to create a new space ?

    These are the questions we studied in our project.

    The main tool we used to answer these questions is a superposition of the plans of Avenue Georgette in Lausanne and Boulevard Sébastopol in Paris with the hybrid of the scenario model. It allowed us to study the different passages and possible positions of our system. This last one is based on a grid of human proportions and can adapt itself to the slopes and grounds thanks to modular feet.

    The structure acts too as a modular system creating various spaces according to the elements dispositions. The spaces created become disruptors or anomalies in the middle of a regular and daily passage and modify it by its good-will to give it a new dimension.




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    Space system



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    Passage/movement around and inside the structure. The orthogonal axes are very strong



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    Plan of the superpositions between the two cities and the hybrid



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    Structure created with the elements imbriquement



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    Details of the four elements feet


  • DOUBLE ELEMENT : OUVERTURE ET MODULARITE

    Par Raphael Boscarato, Jonathan Fraschini, Marianne Ghorayeb, Cedric Nim, Judith Mizutani, 09/11/15

        The window - an element of communication

        The window is a bay, an opening in a wall which defines a certain relation between two spaces. The question is what exactly are the details and elements of the window that defines said relation.


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            Evolution of the element: from left to right prototype n°1 (1:20), prototype n°2 (1:10), final prototype (1:10)



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                                                Study of the visibility depending on the type of window

                

        So as to underline the differences and connection that exist all around our element (between the two windows or the spaces, the emptiness surrounding them) we connected them at the top thus tracing the contour of a passage perpendicularly. We were inspired by Kahn and the empty column when we designed this compartment in the thickness of the window.




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                                                                    Monge of the element (1:10)


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                                        Display of the element on the site with a prototype and a plaster (1:66)



    The dimensions and proportions of our element derive directly to the study of the body proportions and those of our site (Boulevard de Sebastopol in Paris and Avenue Georgette in Lausanne). We also used some of Le Corbusier's studies (Le Modulor) to define the height of the "public" and "private" window.


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                            Relation of the element with the body and the site through the proportions (1:1)



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                                                                   The window as a passage (1:1)


    As we studied the window we found out that another element shared several common points with the window: the table. Indeed, it can be considered both as an obstacle between two spaces or people, or quite the opposite a connection.




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                                            Study drawing of the disturbance caused by the element (1:10)


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                                                        The window as a table and a spot of meeting (1:1)


    Finally, more than a ponctual element, we designed the window in order to be able to associate it to the door and therefore completely alter the area defined by the hybrid.




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                                                        Axonometry of the window associated to the door




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                                        Different point of view of the element when associated with the door (1:1)




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                                    Different dispositions of the element when associated with the door (1:1)


        Throughout our study we came to the conclusion that the dimensions hold a major role in defining both the window and the relation between the adjacent spaces. As a matter of fact the width, thickness, height of the window completely changes the way each side of it is perceived from all point of views. 

    We also got the chance to analyse the impact of the disposition of the window on the space created: different inclinations invite the passerby to look a certain way, to orientate his stroll.


  • Skyline // Form

    Par Delphine Klumpp, Sebastien Leveille, Virginie Schwab, Stephanie Pitteloud, 08/11/15




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    The central idea of our project was to work on the notion of verticality, which we noticed was present on the facades of both sites. To express this verticality, we had the idea of creating a table constituted of vertical elements, in opposition with the horizontality which usually caracterizes the table. 

    Another key notion was the passage. Starting from this point, we made our table modulable: it allows passage in its highest position and provides it when it's down. 

    When outside of the global infrastructure, it takes both the function of a table but it can also become a bench. Both function create an anomaly in the rhythm of the street. 



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  • / Double Element - Door

    Par Alison Blank, Heloise Corpataux, Erblin Jasiqi, Antonin Mack, Simon Wust, 08/11/15

    / Programme 

    Dans ce projet, nous tenterons de comprendre la porte comme passage ainsi que le seuil comme espace. Quelles sont leurs dimensions spatiales? Comment une ouverture/fermeture, même partielle (obstruction), peut-elle définir un espace?




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    Etude structurale et contreventement, maquette bois, 1:10

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    "Il(s) move(nt)!" - inspirer le mouvement, maquette bois, 1:5



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    L'élément, structure bois 1:1



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    Séquence de détails de construction, structure bois, 1:1



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    "2 axes orthogonaux", structure bois, 1:1, photo (f15;30')

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    "L'axe principal", structure bois, 1:1, photo (f15;30')

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    "L'axe principal", structure bois, 1:1

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    structure bois, 1:1, GIF




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    "Mouvement des propotions", structure bois, 1:1, GIF


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    Vidéo du mouvement dans la structure:

    https://vimeo.com/144998103


    / Dessin



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    Porte n°1, monge, 1:5



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    Porte n°2, monge, 1:5



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    Porte n°3, monge, 1:5




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    Ensemble, Monge, 1:10





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    Plan et vecteurs, 1:10



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    axe, directions et volumes 1:15





    / Résultat - Synthèse


    La porte détermine un passage, nous le savons, mais qu'en est-il du mouvement, du rythme qu'impose cette dernière, est-il le même à l'entrée et à la sortie du passage?

    La porte impose une direction, en est-il de même lorsque le passage n'est pas signifié par un élément mais par plusieurs?


    Le changement de la forme des portes et leur itération nous ont permis de créer un passage. L'écart entre les portes s'apparente au seuil. Ce dernier n'est plus un plan sans épaisseur mais bien un espace. Les variations de largeur des portes engendrent un "tri" grâce auquel les piétons se retrouvent successivement écarté de la structure pour ne permettre qu'à une seule personne d'investir l'espace central. Notre objectif consistant à développer un espace confiné voir intime au sein d'un d'un lieu commun/publique : la rue (streetzer), nous semble atteint. Cependant, bien que le piéton se soit enfilé dans un espace dans lequel lui seul peut siéger, il ne se sent probablement ni hors du temps ni du rythme de la rue. L'espace créer est-il donc réelement intime?

    Après avoir modifié la largeur des portes, la prochaine étape de serait-elle pas celle de la hauteur?

    Quelle influence porterait cette variable sur la qualité de notre espace?

  • Infrastructure

    Par Alison Blank, Marianne Ghorayeb, Virginie Schwab, Jonas Reymondin, 26/10/15


    W9 Establishment of the structure



    The position of each element in the structure creates a new space. The door is the only fixed element. The table, the bed and the windows are flexible. According to each position, the space takes a new sense: it can allow, divert, bother or obstruct the passage.

    This infrastructure can be situated in any kind of places where there is a passage, even though we worked on the sites of Lausanne and Paris. 

    In this sense, we created modular feet which adapt themselves on any slope.

    Feet have been created for the bed, door and windows but not for the table which is hanged from the door. 



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    Infrastructure


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    Proportions of the structure


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    Study of different possibilities of passage through the infrastructure


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    Construction of the infrastructure


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    Monge of the infrastructure



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    Draw of the door feet


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    Detail of the door feet



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    Detail of the window feet



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    Detail of the bed feet



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    Suerposition of the hybrid plan and real plan to study the passage and possible positions of infrastructure or each element




    W8 Study of the passage 



    This drawing represents the superposition between the plaster hybrid and the plan of the streets of Lausanne and Paris. The aim was to analyse the passage and find multiple positions to place the bus stop.




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    Drawing of the superposition between the plaster hybrid and the plan of the streets



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    Imbriquement of the elements to form the bus stop



    We want to build foots for the elements to create the link to the floor of Lausanne. Like this, each element can be adapted to the slope.



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    Modular foot of the table




    W7 The bus stop as an anomaly in the passage



    We questionned the bus stop and his properties. How it is integrated in a street, why it is a fixed point in a location destinated to passage. Then, we want to dispose the different elements in the bus stop which could obstruct or facilitate the passage according to their disposition



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    Detail of an angle


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    Detail of construction


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    The bus stop in 1:10


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    Detail of construction                                                                Detail of construction


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    Movement in Georgette


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    Detail in 1:2


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    Monge of bus stop


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    Monge of the streets of Paris and Lausanne