• ROOM 2 - CENTRALITY

    Par Niels Galitch, Yekan Deli, 07/03/16

    With the themes that we defined the previous week we searched for an arrangement that would induce the desired atmosphere. This was achieved by studying various plans and cuts to find a good disposition.




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    We transformed our first fragment to better understand the area with which we were working.




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    Once we had found a disposition that worked with our themes, we placed them in our protostructure drawings to make sure of their position.



    PLAN 1:


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    ELEVATION 1:


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    ELEVATION 2:


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    We came to the realization that the first fragment was not adapted for the project. We also built a model of the generated space to help us build the wooden mockup.



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    We built the wooden model to understand how our dispositive could be implanted in the protostructure.


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  • ROOM - 1 : Inducing contrasts

    Par Niels Galitch, Yekan Deli, 29/02/16

    Plans and elevation allowed us to understand and explain our space. Based on our works on lapisblog.epfl.ch, we keeped on idea the continuation of our previous concepts to create our unique space. 


    Point of vue, apertures and intimacy were our interest for this project.


    Plan of the protostructure and the project inside it:


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    Testings about the confrontation of our two previous projects:



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    Space which integrates the contrast between two spaces and the intimacy:




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    The main interest of this project is to create a space which contrasts with our previous works. It deals with the outcome of a course while integrating the feeling of intimacy. The passage between the two spaces creates a direct change of the atmosphere since it opens on a large space in which the programmes are different.



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    Point of vue in the space - Distinction between the two one:


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    Elevations of our space and the protostrcuture: 


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  • Planes: The limitness path

    Par Yekan Deli, 18/12/15

    Sense of intimacy around the façade is the main approach for my project. This feeling is given by the main act of the body through the space: which is the architectural promenade. The space is sequenced in 4. Each one are unique and gives a different sense of intimacy because of the wall and the 3 thresholds dug in the weight of the plaster.



    Resarch and process in drawings :

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    Context which influenced the planes in each created space:

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    The path around the wall ends up 170 cm down from the first false step. Nevertheless, it’s not about an infinite loop, but contrary wise it’s a transit space.


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    The sense of intimacy and his path around the wall in situation:

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    The main passage is given by the threshold:

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    Influences of the context within the project for the planes:

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    the differents thresholds and spaces in drawings:

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    Construction of the moulds in scale 1:33:

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  • 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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  • CHEMIN DE TRAVERSE_PLANES

    Par Yekan Deli, 23/11/15


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    I decided to take back the notion of “chemin de traverse” as principal element for my project. It is about a space of transition between the two sides of my mold.


    My plane curves due to the 2 final slope of my path which comes from the two positions of our double element, the bed – door.


    Drawing research: work in progress

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    So that we feel the transition, I need to recognize that’s about 2 different spaces. When we run through the mold due to the last plane, we see that’s about two exteriors thanks to another façade ( which comes directly from the ancient mold) that is visible in the second side.

    We also transit from one exterior to a second one.


    View from the bottom and the top of the plane:


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    Path of my plane around the mold: 



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    Construction of this mold: 



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    Drawing of the site and the construction of the mould

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