• P3 - E2.1

    Par Jaton Doriand Andrzej, 23/12/16

    The challenge now is to translate the model into something concrete (with a plaster for the ground and wood for the wall).

    For the wall, i am using a system that makes the wood aim the point we want to reach (the room in the background of the painting) in order to emphasize the movement.


    Pictures


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    Drawings


    Elevation & Details                                            Plan

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  • PLANES: week 3

    Par Michel Kyra Lea, 13/12/16

    Week 3: developing constructive strategies


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    Model (plaster, timber sticks) scale 1:20 showing an interpretation of the space in the painting by Veikko Vionoja (cf. PLANES: week 1). By working with vertical wood sections and exploiting the vibrations created by stacking them, timber modulates the heights.

                                 Image Sun Dec 25 2016 10:44:50 GMT+0100 (CET)

                                                                                Elevation (scale: 1:20)

       Image Tue Dec 13 2016 14:43:31 GMT+0100 (CET)   Image Tue Dec 13 2016 14:43:31 GMT+0100 (CET)   Image Tue Dec 13 2016 17:11:01 GMT+0100 (CET)

      Image Sun Dec 25 2016 10:48:49 GMT+0100 (CET)   Image Sun Dec 25 2016 10:48:49 GMT+0100 (CET)   Image Sun Dec 25 2016 10:48:49 GMT+0100 (CET)

                                                                 Photographs: views of two different models


  • Phase 3 - Exercise 2 - Third approach

    Par Belaich Yonah, 11/12/16

    According the critic of my first approach, I refocused on the essentials notions that were in the painting: the wall (Separation) and the door (passage).


    Image Sun Dec 11 2016 15:25:35 GMT+0100 (Romance Standard Time) Image Sun Dec 11 2016 15:25:35 GMT+0100 (Romance Standard Time)

    Starting point.                                                   New approach.




    There is a side of the wall that is not clearly disclosed. I decided to link this two very contradictory elements. The wall that appear as a mass is in fact very thin and the passage is a penetration in the wall.



    Image Sun Dec 11 2016 15:25:35 GMT+0100 (Romance Standard Time)   Image Sun Dec 11 2016 15:25:35 GMT+0100 (Romance Standard Time)



    The hidden side.                                                                                          Inspiration - C. Scarpa Brion Cemetery.


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    Plan, scale 1:20                                     Section, scale 1:20                              Elevation, scale 1:20 


    Y.B.



  • PLANS - second approach

    Par Terrien Romane, 09/12/16

    For my second approach, I wanted to intensify the side   "public space" and "personal space" with a difference of  level (according to my painting).

    I studied a way of building my tectonic ground. Diagonals allow me to stabilize the protostructure and also to lead the look     from a space to the other one.


    PLANS_JC_terrienromane_105     PLANS_JC_terrienromane_104




                                         Side view                                                                                Up view




    $PLANS_JC_terrienromane_204      PLANS_JC_terrienromane_203      PLANS_JC_terrienromane_202



                 Plan, scale 1:20                                       Elevation, scale 1:20                                 Section, scale 1:20



  • PLANES, third approach

    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.


    Front view:


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    Back view:

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    detail: integrating into the protostructure.                            Detail: brick with the void inside.    

    Image Thu Dec 08 2016 16:40:39 GMT+0100 (Europe de l’Ouest)        Image Thu Dec 08 2016 16:40:39 GMT+0100 (Europe de l’Ouest)


    Drawings:


    Elevation (1:20) and axonometric details (1:5)                         section (1:20)       

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                                                   Plan (1:20)   

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