• Entry

    Par Mathias Narbel, 20/12/16




    During this phase, I have been really interested by the idea of Entry and how to create a movement from there. To deal with that concept I chose to build a folded wall.

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    The folded wall creates a movement around itself from the entry

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    In front of the wall stands an open, public space. Beyond it the space is more personal, close space. The negative fold creates a kind of alcove which gives a private feeling.


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    The ground is also folded to allow the movement to be more fluid


     

  • Drawings

    Par Mathias Narbel, 20/12/16





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    Projections de Monge au 1:20



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    Axonométrie au 1:20




  • Research

    Par Mathias Narbel, 27/11/16




    "La fluidité, c’est mon mot favori. Pour lui donner un sens, il faut foutre en l’air cette architecture qui contribue à l’enfermement et au repli sur soi."

                                                         Claude Parent







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       Test 1: hauteur, verticalité communicant avec les obliques qui attirent l'oeil vers le haut


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    Test 2: Oeil toujours attiré vers le haut mais invitation au mouvement vers la seconde dalle désormais






  • Drawings

    Par Bryan Lam, Mathias Narbel, Tiphaine Robert, 21/11/16


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  • Elements : Window-Table

    Par Bryan Lam, Mathias Narbel, Tiphaine Robert, 20/11/16

    This is our final elements at the scale of one to one. 

    We couldn't put it exactly as expected on the gallery because of the work, but we managed to transmit the main idea of our concept. 



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    Elements scale 1:1 - Table 



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    Elements scale 1:1 - Full elements                                                            Elements scale 1:1 



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    Elements scale 1:1 - detail of the top of the table



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