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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