• HOUSE_I / WII

    Par Clea Balestra, Diana Ugnat, Kilian Cossali, Lena Brucchietti, Lucien Roy, Mathilde Linder, Maude Voutat, Nicolas John, Nicolas Otti, Niels Galitch, Noe Herrli, Olivia Wechsler, Salome Stoffel, Samuel Aeschimann, Tim Meier, Yekan Deli, 24/04/16
    • Location
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    Common space

    Floating in a spheric window, surrounded by a stable structure.





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    Accessing the window

    Entry at a higher level as the net.


    FENÊTRE:  Ouverture plein sud, définie par rapport à la hauteur du soleil à midi entre le 21 mai et 21 août

                    Diamètre : 1m50


    ACCÈS:     Porte faite d’une marche de manière à ce que l’on découvre l’espace intérieur. L’entrée est semi cachée                 de sorte que nous ne puissions pas voir depuis l’extérieur le ressenti de la sphère.




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    Densification 

    Creating a central space with a sphere pushing the mass outside the cubic frame.


    L'idée de départ était de travailler une structure unique sur plusieurs résolutions. La première résolution donne la volumétrie générale en reprenant la trame de 60 cm de la protostructure.

    Une seconde résolution avec une trame plus petite nous laisse densifier certains endroits pour permettre de s’asseoir/marcher dessus.




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    Densification 30x30:


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    Le temps de montage, la quantité et le poids du bois devenus trop importants avec ce système de densification, nous ont amené à repenser l’utilisation d’un deuxième matériau, tant qu’il nous permette de maintenir à la fois le jeu entre luminosité et densité, et un rapport avec la structure primaire écartée.


    Different modeling tests of the sphere:



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    plaiting between the rope and the wood  (cabestan knot / turning a cleat / cargo net knot)

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    Security

    Nous accrocherons un câble métallique d'un côté de la protostructure à l'autre, sur lequel nous nous assurerons. Il permettra un déplacement sans encombre sur l'axe Y. Pour cela, nous avons besoin d'un câble, d'un baudrier, d'une corde et deux mousquetons par personne.



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    Phasage


    Poids des demi-cadres:

    Petit: 50 kg / Grand: 70 kg


    Module de montage



    • 1) Y sur cadre proto 9
    • 2) Cadre inférieur 8
    • 3) Cadre inférieur 7
    • 4) Cadre supérieur 8 + doublage Z (planches les plus droites possibles)
    • 5) Cadre inférieur 6
    • 6) Cadre supérieur 7 + doublage Z
    • 7) Cadre inférieur 5
    • 8) Cadre supérieur 6 + doublage Z
    • 9) Cadre inférieur 4
    • 10) Cadre supérieur 5 + doublage Z
    • 11) Cadre inférieur 3
    • 12) Cadre supérieur 4 + doublage Z
    • 13) Cadre inférieur 2
    • 14) Cadre supérieur 3 + doublage Z
    • 15) Cadre inférieur 1
    • 16) Cadre supérieur 2 + doublage Z
    • 17) Cadre supérieur 1 + doublage Z


















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    Lifting the pieces with two pulleys        

                                       



    Estimation du temps





    4 pers.



    8 pers.



    12 pers.



    16 pers.



    Préfabrication

    (16 pièces)



    96 h



    48 h



    32 h



    24 h



    Transport

    (à 4 personnes par pièce)


    5 h

    20 min


    2 h

    40 min


    2 h


    1 h

    20 min



    101 h

    20 min


    50 h

    40 min


    34 h


    25 h

    20 min


    Montage sur le site


    36 h







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    INVENTAIRE

    Projet


    Barres (x)                          72

    Barres (y)                          72

    Barres (z)                          63

    Visses                                3600


    Mètres linéaires               1035



    Sécurité


    Câble en acier                   4.- / m                           120.-

    Baudrier                            50.- / baudrier              100.-

    Serre câble                        7.25  / pièce                  174.-


    Total                                                                       394.-


  • House_I / WI

    Par Clea Balestra, Diana Ugnat, Kilian Cossali, Lena Brucchietti, Lucien Roy, Mathilde Linder, Maude Voutat, Nicolas John, Nicolas Otti, Niels Galitch, Noe Herrli, Olivia Wechsler, Salome Stoffel, Samuel Aeschimann, Tim Meier, Yekan Deli, 17/04/16

    X,Y,Z

    We developped an orthogonal densification system based on the existing 60x60 framework of the protostructure, in which we inserted a sphere, a pure volume.

    The general volumetry is given by a 60x60-resolution pixelation.


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    Plan, sections [1:10]



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    Mock-up : interior and exterior space [1:10]  

    The exterior results directly from the hollowing out of the interior.


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    Detail : joint [1:10]


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    Fragment [1:1]


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    Openings

    To emphasize the constrast between the full and the empty spaces, we defined an opening to let a max of sunlight penetrate the sphere. The opening looks up to sky, depriving anyone from any outer landmarks.


    Plan, sections [1:10]


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    Densification

    1st Attempt : lower resolution


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  • House_I / W0

    Par Clea Balestra, Diana Ugnat, Kilian Cossali, Lena Brucchietti, Lucien Roy, Mathilde Linder, Maude Voutat, Nicolas John, Nicolas Otti, Niels Galitch, Noe Herrli, Olivia Wechsler, Salome Stoffel, Samuel Aeschimann, Tim Meier, Yekan Deli, 17/04/16

    Four different projects were developed around inhabiting a window, all following a same construction system: densifying an entire zone in the protostructure and spreading laths to generate a space.

    [Mock-ups 1:10]


    GARDEN

    A space where body and vegetation are confronted


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    WINDOW ROOM

    Different densifications (black, grey, white) for different programs (solarium, relaxing room)


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    Simulation of the different programs:



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    "CHALLENGE YOUR INNER House_I/W0 EWOK"

    A pure volume within the densified orthogonal structure


    The single pixelating and constructive intervention enables both the use and the spherical shape of the space


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    HALLWAY

    The densified mass was spread in two to create a hallway, leading to a strairway ascending through the mass



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    [Detail 1:1] with and without the body :


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  • ROOMS FINAL- Exposition of house 1

    Par Mathilde Linder, Salome Stoffel, 20/03/16

    I. Description

    Our project is a staircase in the middle of the proto-structure, consisting of different landings, which are used to expose the evolution of house 1.


    II. Concept

    The basic idea of our project is to express the ambivalent terms "balance" and "embracement". Embracement isn't only the feeling of security but also restriction and confinement. Inspired by Walter Benjamin, we would like to express this ambivalence. By creating big sheltered platforms, on which you are well and safe, smaller ones on which you feel restrict and also uncovered ones, which are opened to the sky, we trie to express the notion of balance not only physically but also conceptually.


    III. Program

    We decided to create a museum for an architectural exposition of the developpement of house 1. As the project is situated in the middle of the proto-structure, you can watch and admire from each platform the different projects which are around. Every platform can be used in a different way, to project Walter Benjamin's quotes, to show photos and to expose the best drawings and models. But the most important platform is the highest, which reveals the model 1:5, so it unites all projects. You can see this platform from the bottom, so it invites you to climb up.

    The lower platforms are closed by cables, which permits to fix the drawings but also to close the space.


    IV. Drawings



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    Cut East 1:20



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    Cut Nord 1:20



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    Plan 1:20



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    Axonometry 1:20



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    Construction Detail 1:5



    V. Construction



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    VI. Final Project


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  • ROOMS

    Par Mathilde Linder, Salome Stoffel, 13/03/16

    Week 3

    After analysing our drawings and models, we decided to keep the different landings which are disposed circularly in the upper part of the proto-structure. But we also realized that the spiral staircase in the middle isn’t really necessary to climb up. The landings can be used as steps, so they have from now on a double fonction, on the one hand they permit the rising and on the other hand the space. So the staircase is consisting of the landigs themselfs instead of steps.


    We decided that our project can be used as a museum for an architectural exposition of the development of house 1. As the project is situated in the middle of the proto-structure, it permits the watching and admiration of the other projects around. From all platforms you can see the model 1:5 of house 1, which can be placed in the middle. The landings can be used in different ways: for example to project Walter Benjamin’s quotes or to expose drawings and models of the best projects. The landings are bigger the higher you climp up,so they represent perfectly the evolution of house 1.


    Drawings:


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    Plan 1:10


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    Elevation 1:10


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    Coupe 1:10



    Model 1:10:


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