DOUBLE ELEMENT: BENCH + WINDOW

Par Melanie Huppin, Salomé Robyr, Valeria Moser, Sergen Yener, 09/11/15

Departing from a photo of reference, which shows a curved mirror, we wanted to create an ergonomic bench, which's final form as a circle is constructed by a geometrical construction of tangents of wood to form the curve. You pose yourself entirely into the bench, being surrounded by two window openings showing Lausanne and Paris on each of the side. With a window opening right in front of you, the meeting point of the two sides is framed, underlined by the slandering form of the bench, putting all into a perspective with one vanishing point.






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