MEASURES

Par Maude Voutat, Tim Meier, 05/10/15

II. PARIS

II.I FACADE AND SUPERELEMENT


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The facade

Just like in Lausanne, we decided to work around an angle. Our façade, as we delimited it, also consists of a corniche, which gives us another horizontal surface to work with.


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Upper right window, our superelement

The superelement is 13 meters above the ground, giving us a plunging view onto the terrace of the Lausanne façade.



II.II DRAWING


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Monge projection of the façade, 1:66

Being located out of our reach, the façade was analyzed via Google Earth. We used the height of the road sign in front of the building (2.3m high according to signalisation conventions) as a reference measure. As in Lausanne, we then based ourselves on the maesures of the windows to reconstitute the façade.



II.III MOLD


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Making of the mold



II.IV CAST


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The cast


 

II.V PERSPECTIVE DRAWING


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Perspective of the facade