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.
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.
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.
SITUATIONplace Bel-Air, 1003 Lausanne
interesting facts about the place :
1. nice paronamic view all over the Flon
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