Impact of an element on its space

Par Jonathan, 20/12/15


For this project, I chose to focus on the interior space of my site. I wanted to explore the impact of an element on its environment (on it's surrounding space). This project isn't quite finished yet. I was hoping to provide the final form of my studies in the next phase, Rooms. The first thing I did was transforming the initial space:


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Into a more organic like environment:


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After this process, I had a new form in hand. But Why not go further ? The form that I had created felt a little hostile and I simply wanted to explore other possibilities. So this came:


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The different spaces I created came from the best spaces  I visualized my double-element. It is hard to see, but the first transformation appeared from the fact that my double-element activated a forest-like environment . The second a parc. Through this process, I learned essential elements to make architecture. First, it is a delicate task to transform a space. Do you want it to be visually equal to the space you visualized it in ? Or, in the other hand, you are trying to create a space that delivers the sensation in which you visualized the space your double-element was in ?

Second, that translating an idea in to a materialistic element is complexe because a lot of factors have to be taken in consideration. It's a task that takes time and patients.

Will I chose to improve the main function of of my site (in my case it is a Spa) by choosing a form that could do so or completely change its function ? The rest of the year will chose.