• P 3 - Ex 1

    Par Jaton Doriand Andrzej, 25/11/16


    Painting


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    Plan and section



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    Cast



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  • P 3 - Ex 2

    Par Jaton Doriand Andrzej, 25/11/16

    Painting


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    Idea: When i see this painting, the notion of movement is for me very present. In the first plan, you can see a kind of double door, element that allows people to go from room to another one. In the second plan, we see stairs, element that is really related to movement. Third plan, we see another door. And finally, wee can observe for the final plan a room which is quiet unclear. 

    I also feel from where we are on the painting a kind of curiosity, an envy to reach this mysterious room in the background.

    Furthermore, the room where the stairs stand looks dark and i feel like i wouldn't like to stay in this room, that's why it emphasizes the idea of just passing through this room to reach our goal (the room in the background), which is way more lightened and warm.

    My goal with this project is simply to reproduce this space with the two elements by being able to express the feelings i have while watching the painting as discussed above.


    Situation of the two elements


                            On the plan                                            On the section


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    Red is the ground (made of plaster)

    Blue is the wall and entrance (made of wood) 


    The way i will use the wood is like it is shown below, a dynamic and circular shape that aims the double-door, which makes people want to move forward.



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    Model




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  • P2 - E2: PROJECT

    Par Jaton Doriand Andrzej, Leyland Catherine Elsie Jacqueline, Medic Marina, 21/11/16

    BED-WINDOW


    model 1

    This model is the idea we decided to work on. The issues related to this model are; the curve doesn't fit with the human scale (laying person) and is too uncomfortable. The second issue is the amount of wood that we use is too important.


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    model 2

    We reduced the width and did something way less based on a ''circle'' that is why clear angles have now appeared. The issues: The angles are too brutal and it doesn't express the idea of ''curve'' anymore. The roof doesn't create a link between the window and the bed. 


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    model 3- final model

    This model is a clear mix of the two anterior models. We managed to use less woods, the curve fits with the human scale and it looks more curvy. We decided to do a progressive gap between the boards in order to create a strong link between the window and the bed. 


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    SITUATION

    place Bel-Air, 1003 Lausanne



    interesting facts about the place :

    1. nice paronamic view all over the Flon 

    2. isolated

    3. quiet and peaceful because there's nobody at the end of this place

    goal : reactivate activity on the place by adding an infrastructure which fits with the qualities of the place. That's why we decided to build a bed-window



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  • P 2 - E 1: MICRO-URBANISME

    Par Jaton Doriand Andrzej, 21/11/16

    Table-Window

    The idea was to create an object where you cannot use the table without using the window and vice-versa in order to have two elements which are strongly linked between each other. I wanted to use a system of mirrors for the window to allow people to have a view they couldn't have, that is why with a play of reflections, you could see what is behind the head of the seated person.


    Model one



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    Model two




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    Poster




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  • PE-2 FINAL PRESENTATION

    Par Medic Marina, Jaton Doriand Andrzej, Leyland Catherine Elsie Jacqueline, 17/11/16

    FINAL DOUBLE-ELEMENT 

    the drawings et collages



    axonometry                            monges projection


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    collage

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    urban collage

    This poster explains what we observed about the place, why we decided to make an object there, what is thecommon strategy and link with the other groups' projects and what we want our object to change in this place.


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    pictures of the final project

    Place Bel-Air, 1003 Lausanne

     


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