• ELEMENTS

    Par Di Munno Lydia Anjali, Lombardi Alexandre Tristan Bénédict, Rampazzi Lia Giovanna Laura, Tiezzi Alessandro, 22/11/16







  • P 2 - E 1: MICRO-URBANISME

    Par Leyland Catherine Elsie Jacqueline, 22/11/16

    My individual approach of the phase 2. 

    My first idea for a double element:

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    And my second idea:

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    My double elements in their contexte:

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  • Phase 2: final presentation

    Par Di Munno Lydia Anjali, Lombardi Alexandre Tristan Bénédict, Rampazzi Lia Giovanna Laura, Tiezzi Alessandro, 21/11/16


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    This is the collage of our Element, we can see the global situation we imagined for this project.






  • 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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