Par Ramseyer Roman, 19/12/16
Inspirating by a painting, create planes, spaces... and introduce them in a protostructure. Here is the aim of our work.
Starting point : the painting.From this painting, we have to draw a reverse perpective and guess where are rooms that delimited the space into the house.
Then, based on those drawings, we have to define two or more planes and insert them into the protostucture. I decide to do a hall that comes out on a private, intimate room.
I introduce 3 massives verticals planes that have to filter the view when you come from the hall, to notice this separation between the idea of the hall, that is a transition space, a public space, and the idea of the intimate space, room. However, this idea is keeping by the fact that you have to follow the way suggested to arrive.
Finally, at the end, a thin wall is created in the aim of giving a special atsmosphere and also contrast with the thickness of the former walls to create a space where we feel good, intimate, private...
Plan (1:20) Sections (1:20) and axonometric details (1:5)
Par Ramseyer Roman, 08/12/16
I want to keep this idea of the hall with the wall at the end. The slab goes through the protostructure and arrives on the wall, that has a triangle form to break with the perpendicularity and parallel of the protostructure. It adds more value to the wall, and so to the slab. The window brings light on the slab. The idea of the bricks takes again the stereotomic side of the slab, but the emptiness inside calls back the fact that it is tectonic. There is an important relationship between the slab and the wall.
detail: integrating into the protostructure. Detail: brick with the void inside.
Elevation (1:20) and axonometric details (1:5) section (1:20)
Par Ramseyer Roman, 02/12/16
In the second approach, I decide to reorient my work and represent the hall and the wall with the window, that's a passing space. I make a plaster slab that's oriented to the wall. The wall is a half circle, to open the view on outside, made of wood brick to have this idea of stereotomic also in the wood wall.
Idea of the "double wall":
outside face (tectonic)
inside face (stereotomic)
Monge and axonometry, scale 1:20
Par Ramseyer Roman, 25/11/16
We have to create a space in the protostructure with a wall and a slab, made of wood and plaster. My idea is to create a new space with the features of the painting. I decide to do a slab in plaster that, at a certain point, is separated in two part by the wall, made of wood. The aim is to create the hall and the room, like the painting. I choose to do a wall in wood ( tectonic ) because it looks like something light, with holes to let the light passing through, and create a welcoming space where we feel good. The wood is oriented in the direction of the door to invite people. Then, I make a slab in plaster ( stereotomic ) because of the coherence of the construction ( express lightness) and also increase this feeling of a well-being with the idea of being on a solid surface and having a wall with light.