Transition

Par Yekan Deli, 30/11/15

Up to now my focus was on the transition between both sides of the mold. This week I work on the body ratio and the context to render the shape of my plaster, which has been forgotten.

First idea is to consider the context in which the plaster is located. Several “planes” already located just take their importance in my project. It’s the column which forms a plurality of “planes” and which supports the adjacent plaster.


Some photos showing the continuity and the discontinuity of the plane:

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So the goal will be to dimension the “plane” from that situation. The transition is a strong element in my project. Now it’s no more a single transition but a succession of transitions between different spaces.


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Mock up of the context which integrates the other plus column and its facade as new plane in my project:


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The space defines the path. We are guided in between; it’s actually an architectural journey.

Every space has a different feeling following its dimension and its context.

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Drawing research for the dimensions of my space:

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The feeling during the walk or the architectural path gives different perceptions of the space  through each transition.

That feeling is worked on the following photos.

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