III.PLANES

Par yousra, 03/01/16

First week...

During this week , I've analyzed all the parcels of the hybrid site that both Studio Durr and Studio Delgrosso have created for the first project (Measures). During my analysis, I've noticed that in every single hybrid, there is a striking distinction between two different spaces. I have also noticed that these two spaces were mainly interior spaces. In one side Lausanne and Paris on the other.The question that raised was : Is it possible to connect these two spaces? If it is possible, than how? Afterwards, we had to draw our  double element-which was a redesign of a bus stop- twenty five times on the map of our hybrid space to see how it affects the movement. This study made me realize that it actually blocks the movement and creates a sort of obstacle in the course of a person. 

 Second week...

This week, my main worry was to understand these two spaces and answering to my  previous questions.After multiple reflections, I have decided to create a transition area between these two interior  spaces(one in Paris and the other in Lausanne). Unlike the double element, which was mainly based on the concept of a bus stop, I have chosen to break this discontinuity by creating a fluid space that connects these spaces.I was inspired by several pictures on Pinterest.

Here are some examples :

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 Third week ...

My ideas began to take shape through drawings and mock-ups. I imagined a scenario of two persons: one in Lausanne and the other one in Paris. These two persons live in a building and they want to meet. However, none of these two persons want to move to the other city. Therefore, they have decided to make an arrangement: to meet in-between the two cities. Here came the idea of creating a gathering area between these two spaces. So the passage in fact leads to a sort of interspace . Afterwards, I asked myself the following question: Can the person meet  another person from another floor ? That's how I had the idea of creating relationships between all the floors of both buildings, not only that, but also between a building itself. Like an interlace...


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 Braiding concept


Fourth week...

                                                        


                                                                        I N T E R L A C  E




                  INTERLACE

                        Passages...


                  INTERLACE

                         Spaces...

                  What's in the other side ?                                                                      

                  Lausanne & Paris united

                          Gathering space ...

                       Interconnections

                  Hello from the other side