• The playground

    Par Benessa El Daccache, 19/12/16

                     Architecture is the thoughtful making of space. The continual renewal of architecture comes 

                                         from the changing concepts of space. - Louis Kahn, 1957



    Planes are one of the simplest architectural elements that can create spaces. By exploring the length, width and height we can allow people to understand our intent. With the minimum that one needs, we can express clarity and lightness.


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                           A view of the top floor from the cantilever                                   A view of the construction from the cantilever, suggesting                                                                                                                       that there can be somewhere else to go, a continuation. 



    We need to carve out the space within which users can feel free to explore, pushing aside the pointless navigation and dead end processes. To build a space with a sense of intrigue is what keeps the wanderer interested, not knowing what to find next in the corner. A space that makes them think.


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                                                                                    A view when stepping inside the tree house



                      The sun does not realize how wonderful it is until after a room is made. - Louis Kahn.

    The use of natural light helps create an exciting environment. Sculpting the light the way we like it gives us full control. The positive effect of natural light on one's mood confirms the need to bring as much natural light into the space as possible.

    The vertical planes oppose to the conventional ones not only by their lightness but also by their generous openings.


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                                   The narrative and sequencing of connections and boundaries are described as the poetry of movement.



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                                                                                             Construction details



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        Monge scale 1:66                                                                                   Axonometry scale 1:20 and details scale 1:10

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                                                                                                      Cut scale 1:20



                                        The complete tour of the tree house, viewed from the outside.


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  • Planes

    Par Benessa El Daccache, 05/12/16


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  • Light redefines Privacy

    Par Benessa El Daccache, Catherine Goy, 04/12/16

                                   

                                       "Earth without art is just eh." - Mysterious, Anonymous and Unknown.


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                          The Asparagus Vendor, Pieter de Hooch, 1675–80.


    In this painting three people invade the first plane but nonetheless we seem attracted to the lady in the third plane. She is positioned in the corner, alone, on a step near the windows in order to be the one receiving the daylight, while the other characters seem to be in the shadows.


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                                 A view showing the entrance of the house, catching a glimpse of the mezzanine.


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                                       A reverse perspective of the final mold


    The challenge in the first assignment was to create the painting's space that the artist put forward. Many elements in this artwork wooed us and was seeking our attention.

    The interior is divided in two floors: the first one welcomes the person at the entrance with its pierced facade, while the second one gives a mere look to the first floor and a better look on the outside. 

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  • Table-haut

    Par Benessa El Daccache, Catherine Goy, Kevin Campigotto, Pauline Viennot-Bourgin, 22/11/16

    C’est la nature même du site qui a définit le projet dans ses grandes lignes.

    Le projet s’inscrit dans une zone à deux vitesses, dictées par un escalier et un escalator.


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    Cette nuance de rythme a conduit au choix des deux éléments composant l’hybride : une table et une fenêtre. La table crée un moment d’arrêt et de détente pour le piéton lent et inconstant, contrairement à la fenêtre qui cadre le regard du piéton lui même contraint par le mouvement de l’escalator. L’élément créé ainsi deux moments différents.


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      Vue depuis la rue                                                          Axonométrie éclatée de la construction


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               Vue depuis le côté doite de l'escalator                       Vue extérieur (depuis la rue)


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           Deux différentes vue depuis la fin de l'escalator en levant la tête              


    Les lignes directrices du site ont aussi façonné l’hybride dans ses détails.

    La plus grande des ouvertures de l’élément s’est dessinée en fonction du corps ; elle reprend les lignes de sol et d’horizon du piéton sortant du bâtiment en haut des escaliers.


    Le dessin du cadre joue non seulement avec le site et les vitesses piétonnes, mais aussi avec les volumes.

    La face faisant office de table est plane, densifiée aux endroits à portée de main. L’autre côté est en relief ; par des jeux de lumière et de densité, on souligne les cadres dans lesquels on veut plonger le regard du passant.


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  • - CRITIQUE ELEMENTS -

    Par Aurelie Dupuis, Baptiste Burget, Benessa El Daccache, Camille Duriez, Camille Vallet, Catherine Goy, Daniel Pilsworth, Gimmi Giacuzzi, Julie-Anna Barès, Kevin Campigotto, Laura Périat, Manon Cathelain, Natalia Stavrovskaja, Pauline Viennot-Bourgin, Quang Vinh Pham, Rafael Ferreira Da Silva, Tanguy Vandenberghe, Théo Feldmann, Théo Gaspar, Thuy Nguyen, 19/11/16


    CRITIQUES


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                                                                                Kevin Campigotto, Catherine Goy, Benessa El Daccache, Pauline Viennot-Bourgin

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                                                                                Vinh Pham, Théo Gaspar, Julie-Anna Barès

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                                                                                   Manon Cathelain, Camille Duriez, Daniel Pilsworth   


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                                                       Théo Feldmann, Baptiste Burget, Tanguy Vandenberghe, Rafael Ferreira Da Silva


    MAQUETTE DE STUDIO - ELEMENTS INCLUS DANS LES SITES


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