• Rupture (Site n°4)

    Par marilyn bruhlmann, mathis pante, Patricia , 25/09/15


    FOURTH WEEK

    Focusing on the rupture, the project is also dealing with the articulation of the frontage with the ground


    • Le thème que nous avons choisi de mettre en avant dans ce projet "Inside Paris" est celui de la rupture. Les façades donnent souvent l'impression d'être identiques et monotones, mais pourtant, il suffit de regarder plus en détail pour voir de nombreux éléments qui permettent de briser ces régularités. Prenons exemple sur notre façade de lausanne, toutes ces fenêtres se succédant horizontalement pour au final se stopper par un mur vertical (laissant place à une remontée de terrain). En ce qui concerne Paris, c'est également une coupe verticale qui va briser le style afin de transformer le reste de la façade en un genre totalement différent avec des horizontales venues de nulle part.


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    • Détails du moule en carton
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    • Négatif de la façade de Paris en plâtre
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    • Plâtre final 1:66 (négatif de Lausanne)
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    • Perspectives
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    (intérieur)


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    (extérieur)


    • Monge du moule
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    • Détails du moule
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  • Articulations

    Par pierre menoud, miguel gomez, Patricia , 25/09/15

    We focused on the tri-dimensional articulation of the building.

    We were interested in relationship between the two 90° walls under the covered logia and the 110° angle which was contrasting with the regular structure of the facade.


    The process of measuring can be read in both the models and drawings through all the different angles that we had to measure. furthermore, we had to choose a frame according to the fact that we could only cast 1l of plaster.

    We discovered that even though the facade was very simple (same structure repeated), our part was « breaking » up this simplicity with the angle. We pointed it in the model with a cantilever.  

    The two perspectives creates a new point of view to our model. They make you look at the angles with differently. Plus, they show the essentials from our project.


    LAUSANNE



    The site


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    The 110° angle

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       Monge's projection

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    drawing in 1:66



    PARIS

    Monge's projection


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    drawing  1:66

    Lausanne + Paris

    Progress


                
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    Test number two


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    Cast in 1:66


    Final mould

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    Mould in 1:66

    Perspectives

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  • MEASURES - SLOPING LEVELS

    Par christophe gautier, violaine-ophélie coen, Patricia , 25/09/15

    For this project, we chose to work with the opposition of the flatness of one alley in Paris and the biggest caracteristic of Lausanne; the slopes. Starting with this idea in Lausanne, we found the contrast in one of the facade of the Paris’ alley. We wanted to make feel this contrast in the cast with the very simple geometry of Paris against the articulations of Lausanne.


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    Working drawing week 1 - Lausanne 1:66

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    Site for Paris and Lausanne


                                                                                                                                      


    Working drawings week 3 - Lausanne and Paris 1:66


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     Third cast, Lausanne' side 1:66

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     Working drawings week 4 -  Lausanne and Paris 1:66

     

    Perspectives week 4 


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    Mold and cast 1:66

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  • Planes

    Par Patricia , 25/09/15


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    Gordon Matta-Clarck, view of Bronx Floors: Wall Hole , 1972


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    5 x 20 Altstadt Rectangle, Carl Andre, 1967


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    Sol LeWitt, Wall / Floor (« Three Squares »), 1966

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    Strike: To Roberta and Rudy, Richard Serra, 1969 - 1971


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    Chaise longue, 1941. plan d’execution, Jean Prouvé


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    Fenêtre à guillotine, schéma d’ensemble, 1931,  Jean Prouvé 


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    Eileen Gray, table à manger, 1926



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