HOUSE II - ind.klm

Par Michel Kyra Lea, 04/06/17

    As a contribution to the project of the studio, my work consisted mainly in 3D modelling and coordination tasks. This was an opportunity to have an overall knowledge about the project and its details, as well as its connection and interaction with the project of studio Chassot.


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                                                        Detailed Assembly sequence (6 steps)


    As a synthesis of the work on the 3D model, I worked on an assembly sequence that would be detailed enough to guide a reconstruction of the project to a person that has not been involved in its creation. Therefore, it includes an overall view and a detailed view of the position of the elements added progressively, a list of the pieces necessary, and some space to add remarks about the completion of each one of the six steps.

    The decision to leave place for remarks stems directly of our first experiences as a 24-handed team working at this scale. every time we would do tests or build a fragment of the project, new modifications would take place directly during construction - we would always take decisions in the moment to adapt and perfect some constructive details. 


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                            Three books for exhibiting: (1) Hand Drawings (2) List of Pieces (by Yonah Belaich)

                                           (3) Assembly Sequence (4) Model of Assembly sequence


    I also worked on the editing, printing and binding of books that were presented as a small exhibition. Each one of these books has the particularity of being printed on a support that resonates with its function. The drawing have been printed on CANSON Drawing paper, the list of pieces (created, edited and printed by Y. Belaich) on a lightweight, resistant and flexible paper, and the Assembly Sequence has been printed on tarpaulin (bâche in French), in order to be resistant enough to be used on a construction site.


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                                             Organisation Drawings: Studio Working Space & Container

       

The two drawings above offer a representation of how the project was present in space and in different forms before arriving on the construction site.

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                                      Anonymus Excel Interview of the students of the studio Christie


    The above excel sheet presents the answer to an interview that was passed through the students as a Google Form they could fill in anonymously. The aim is to present a personal impression of the project and its processus by asking questions that relate not directly to the project but more to its impact on their daily life. 

    Noticeably, some of these answers seem to be difficult to understand for people exterior to the studio; this reflects the common language and references developed by the team during this intense phase.