• DOUBLE ELEMENT: FINAL

    Par Lena Brucchietti, Nicolas John, Salome Stoffel, Diana Ugnat, 08/11/15

    I. CONCEPT

    Our Double Element is placed at the frontier of two distinct spaces. One space can decide or not to open itself to the other in order to create a link between the two spaces. The different positions of our element, a Table-Door, as well as the wheel mechanism link each façade of the site to the others. The double element becomes a passage where shapes find a response on the other side. Its specificity is to be litterally hanging on the facade. It gives it a polyvalent position in the space where it can be a roof as weel as a ground surface. 


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    II. MAQUETTEin 1/5 scale

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    Closed door



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    Opened door



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    Transformation



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    Table



    III. CONSTRACTION DETAILS: 


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    Monge of the rail and the door with axonometrie




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    The Rail mechanism and the Wheel 




    IV. DOUBLE-ELEMENT:

    1. Creating a wheel

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    2. Details

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    3. Double Element in motion 1/1 scale:

    Fixed to the wall

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    Closed Door



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    Opened Door



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    Table


  • DOUBLE ELEMENT: WEEK 3.

    Par Diana Ugnat, Nicolas John, Salome Stoffel, Lena Brucchietti, 01/11/15

    I. Focusing on axes as a relation between the Super Elements

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    Axes are used as a support only when the Element is a table. When it is a door, the axes loose their function.



    II. Drawing the Double Element:

    All positions in Monge and perspective

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    III. Drawing Details: 

    The rail function and axes fixation:

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    V. Maquette in 1/66 scale:

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    Double Element positioned as a table



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    Double Element positioned as a door




    VI. Detail 1/1:

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    The rail




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    The door



    V. Maquette in 1/10 scale

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    Table


















  • Find The Line

    Par Diana Ugnat, 29/10/15

    Week: 28.09

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    Week: 05:10

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    Week: 26:10

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  • DOUBLE ELEMENT: WEEK 2.

    Par Lena Brucchietti, Nicolas John, Salome Stoffel, Diana Ugnat, 25/10/15

    I. 1.Working on axes and relations between "Super-Element's"

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       2. Element in wire

    Relations between "Super-Elements"

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    II. Drawing Double Element: Monge and Perspective

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    III. Working with Wood:

        1.Testing the construction element in 1:1 scale

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       2. Maquette: Double Element in 1:10 scale

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    Double Element as a closed Door



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    Double Element as an opened Door




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    Changing position. Door transformes into Table




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    Double Element as a Table







  • DOUBLE ELEMENT: WEEK 1.

    Par Lena Brucchietti, Nicolas John, Salome Stoffel, Diana Ugnat, 20/10/15

    I. SITUATION STUDY

    In search of a form for our double element we played with the axes linking the main "super element" with the others.


    I.I First point of vue.


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    Plans and cutting



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    Perspective 




    I.II  Second point of vue.


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    Plans and cutting



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    Perspective




    II. BUILDING DOUBLE ELEMENT


    II.I Creation and insertion in the situation maquette


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    Double element positioned as a closed door



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    Double element positioned as a table