• ELEMENTS

    Par Alex Burri, Antoine Ricard-Gauthier, Antonine Baert-Yue, Baptiste Chevalier, Capucine Berger, Céliane Grenier, Chloé Schindler, Elodie Rey , Erica Bossard, Flavien Ducor, Héloïse Héloïse, Jacques Schmidt, Julien Rey, Kevin Corazza, Lea Muttoni, Lucas Gublin, Manuel Rossi, Margherita Del Grosso, Ncuti Paris, Nicolas Carlier, Pierre Edmond Courvoisier, 15/11/16

    /CRITIQUE INTERMÉDIAIRE

    Lausanne Rue Saint-Laurent / Bel-Air

    14 Novembre


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  • ADAP-TABLE

    Par Julien Rey, Alex Burri, Baptiste Chevalier, Lucas Gublin, 14/11/16

    The staircase of St-Laurent's church, due to its position at the intersection of Halimard Street and St-Laurent Street is used by the passersby to sit down, discuss and rest for a while. This non-conventional use of the stairs inspired us the idea of an adjustable table useable on those stairs. The goal is to improve the useful space for these people. Our element can also be used on a flat surface: The  three tables become two benches. It is construct in a way that the table is adaptable to the needs of the users by changing its shape and filling the space in different ways.


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    ADAP-TABLE on the Saint-Laurent's church's stairs (1:1)

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    Example of the element organized in two facing benches that create an intime space (1:1)

    Drawings_

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    Table on a flat surface (1:10)

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    Table on the stairs (1:10)

    Models_

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    Model of ADAP-TABLE on stairs and on a flat surface (1:10)


    Structure and assembly_

    It can be completely disassemble in order to be easily carried elsewhere and reconstructed in the shape that is needed for the new place.

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    Assembly details (1:5)

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    Structure and assembly details (1:1)


    Arrangement_

    The element can change its shape to respond to the needs of the users and adapting itself into different spaces.

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    Different set-up of the element (1:1)


    PROCESS

    Models_

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    Models of our element on stairs (1:10) 

    Test_

    The idea of the structure where the legs and the plate of the table would connect came to us after trying to fix the legs directly on the plate.

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    First idea of a leg fixing itself on the plate (1:1)


    The element is made of different parts in order to add or remove some units. It allows the table to take the shape we want it to be. We can also imagine it multiplying itself creating in this way something that looks like a pattern


    Sketches_

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    Shape of the element (1:10)

    Test_

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    First attempt to construct height adjustable feet for our element (1:1)


    What is a table ? What is its interaction with people ? We focused on the relation of the element into space and the way it is used by people, trying to keep it the most functional possible.

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    Conference Table at the Potsdam Conference - U.S. National Archives


    Models_

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    Models of different functional tables (1:20)

  • Room Scenario

    Par Alex Burri, Antoine Ricard-Gauthier, Antonine Baert-Yue, Baptiste Chevalier, Capucine Berger, Céliane Grenier, Chloé Schindler, Elodie Rey , Erica Bossard, Flavien Ducor, Héloïse Héloïse, Jacques Schmidt, Julien Rey, Kevin Corazza, Lea Muttoni, Lucas Gublin, Manuel Rossi, Margherita Del Grosso, Ncuti Paris, Nicolas Carlier, Pierre Edmond Courvoisier, 06/11/16


    _Room Scenario 1:10


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  • vindauga

    Par Flavien Ducor, Jacques Schmidt, Kevin Corazza, Lea Muttoni, 24/10/16

    //ELEMENTS


    /WINDOW

    A window is an opening in a wall, door, roof, or vehicle that allows the passage of light and, if not closed or sealed, air and sound. 



    Observing the site allowed us to have a more precise idea of the spacial interaction of our element in the urban site and broadened our understanding of the proportions, scales and factors in play. Having a 1:1 border defining the space generated by the element put forth how people would move within and past a new, alien structure.


    /FORM


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                                                                    The final element implanted in the site.



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                                                                            The ELEMENT in the site





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                                                                                 detailing the final model



    /PROCESS


        



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                                                        An idea of the window implanted in Lausanne - proportions





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                                                                    About the proportions of heights and widths





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                                                                                     boards arrangement

                                                   

    Different spaces between the boards for different purposes. The bigger openings are on the right panel, which is heading to the south and is expose the most to light. They are at the hight for a person sitting at the table and for a person standing. The openings one side lead to close the other side that is exposed to the street. 



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                                                      decision of the dimensions according to the boards movements

    Image Sat Nov 19 2016 12:17:26 GMT+0100 (Europe de l’Ouest)Some of the possible moments - the window as a delimitation of the space 









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                                                           Inside view 



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    Developing small ajustable foot system to adapt the element to the slope of our site




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    model 1:10






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    Groove and axes

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    The boards move coordinately with the central axis - tests in 1:1  






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                                                                                                                             lateral rails mock ups






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                                fixing the rails to the lateral posts




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                                                              lateral and frontal joints details - construction details








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                                    90 degrees angle                                                    


          


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                Movement of the window from totaly closed to right angle to open - observing the effect of different board thicknesses






    The shape of the window is an isosceles right-angle triangle. Our project is located on the pavement orthogonally to the road. This allows two perpendicular view axes from the interior of the element.

    From one of the two cathetuses the light entering from the outside is brighter, while from the other side, the light is reduced. Playing with the different spaces between the horizontal boards amplifies the amount of light penetrating.




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    location of our element in the site of Lausanne seen from inside the passageway...                ...seen from Mauborget street








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    Mockup of the first idea

    Our first aim for this project was to find a way to give the window the ability of changing the degree of opening and consequently the amount of light, air and sound.

    We also wondered about interiority and exteriority. Indeed, as long as a window is an opening in a wall, the interior and the outside are defined. When the window is separated from its frame, the inside becomes indistinguishable from the outside.


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    Looking at the open and semi-open window - elevation of two different moments of the window


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    Shadows


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    Movement of the window and axis details


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                                                            The first sketch - section

                                            


                      



                                                                                                            

  • ELEMENTS

    Par Antoine Ricard-Gauthier, Héloïse Héloïse, Manuel Rossi, Ncuti Paris, 23/10/16


        -Door: A door is an opening that allows the passage from one place to the other. When open, doors admit people, animals, ventilation, and light.-

       

        Our needs are combined to the daily use of elements, the door is in a straight forward relation with the body and the use of space. We've analyzed the flexibility of use by exploring the motion of the door, through different openings and direction it could give in relation to the person opening it. The element’s physical proportion is connected to building elements such as arcades and has a straight relation to them, does passing trough a door mean that we are "inside"?

    /FINAL




    _1:1 Element


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    -Mouvement-


    _1:1 Element On Site


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    _1:10 Final Model


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    -fifth model : triple door-


    _Drawings


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    /Process 

        Exploring the idea of inside/outside as well as private/public through the element of the door under arcades.


    _1:1 Frame On Site



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    _Joints Details 1:1


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    _Model 1:10


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    -Forth model, double door-



    _Wood Models 1:20


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    -Third model, double door-


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      -Second model, double door-


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    _Drawings


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    _Sketches 


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                        -Sketches of the door-



    _Pictures Of The Site


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            - interior/exterior of the arcade-