• LES COLONNES TRANSPARENTES

    Par Gimmi Giacuzzi, 20/12/16

    Le projet a débuté par un travail d’exploration, avant toute chose, la constitution d’un plâtre exprimant mon interprétation de la peinture de Pieter de Hooch, qui abouti par un dessin d’exploration. 

    De cette base, j’ai pris la décision d’introduire mon projet ELEMENTS en ré-interprétant l’usage des colonnes par celui de la transparence. 

    Mon Projet est de créer un espace vertical et compressé grâce à l’usage d’une série de colonnes intégrant le coeur de la proto-structure.


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    Woman with a Child in a Pantry, Pieter de HOOCH        Plâtre d'exploration 


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    DESSIN D'EXPLORATION



    DESSINS MAQUETTE:


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    MONGE et AXONOMETRIE 1:20




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    PLAN ET COUPE 1:20




    PHOTOS MAQUETTE:



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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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  • HEAVEN'S DOORS

    Par Thuy Nguyen, Gimmi Giacuzzi, Laura Périat, Natalia Stavrovskaja, 18/11/16

    For this Element's project, we chose as our site the Church's forecourt, which is situated next to a very dense street. This site gives the pedestrian two possible paths differentiated by two varied heights, but we've noticed that the pedestrian doesn't use this path in front of the Church. We wanted to change that and encourage the pedestrian to walk on this forecourt. 

    What if we got away from the urban density that is present in the town of Lausanne ? This constant agitation, this permanent movement, dominating this street. People pass, fuss around, without striving to look at the beauty that surrounds them. Let us make them look above them just one second. Let us stop them in their tracks. Let us peek their curiosity. Put yourself above this density. Close behind you and rest for a moment. Look around you and breathe. 

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                                                                                  Photos of our site


    Our drawings were enriched by a number axonometric details, a global axonometry and the doors' movement.

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                                                                                   Monge in 1:20                  


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                                                                           Axonometry in 1 : 10


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                                                                            Axonometry in 1 : 10


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                                                                           Details in axonometry

     

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                                                                         Movement of the doors


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                                                                     Monge of the element in 1:10


    At first, our element looked entirely different, with the main structure taking up an important space, but also being the main part that we saw. It also wasn't just one element, but an addition of elements. We then tried to lighten the structure, creating an element with more grace. The shape of the platform isn't a simple rectangle, but was designed according to the angles that join the church's door. Furthermore, we decided to reproduce the angle of the church, which has an inclination of 5° according to the railing.

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                                                                       Evolution of the project


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                                                                Our final maquette, inserted in our site


    Our element is finally built on the site. It sits above the railing, but the railing is a main source of support. Such a slim elevation, almost as if the platform was floating above our heads. Offering a special observatory, private and open at the same time, still and moving with the street rush.

    As a final step, we built the element on the site and finally got to see the result of our work. The aim that was to peek pedestrians' curiosity was achieved, as we saw that many people stopped to at our element.

                                  

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                                          Front view of our element from the Church's forecourt, with closed doors

                                                                        
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                            Front view of our element from the other side of the street, with the movement of the door


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                                                                           Side view of our element 


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                                                                    Side view of our element at night


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                                                                    Interaction of our element with the site       


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  • Finding a foundation

    Par Gimmi Giacuzzi, Laura Périat, Natalia Stavrovskaja, Thuy Nguyen, 06/11/16

    Our second week was in its first half about finding different approaches. A lot of various prototypes were born.

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                                                                       Our different maquettes in 1 : 10


    Then we chose to develop the idea of fixing our element directly and exclusively on the iron railing that surrounds the loggia, which is very solid and even gives an impression of an actual wall, if it is seen from the lower level. So the final maquette is constructed.

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                                                                             Our maquette in 1 : 10


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                                                                             Our maquette in 1 : 10


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                                           Our maquette insert in our site, in front of the Cultural Space of Terreaux


    We recreated our monge projection in 1/20 scale and added more detail, such as railing decor and its spikes. We designed more axonometrical details of the structure, to provide us with a deeper understanding of the element. We also drew our element in isoaxonometry, that conserves the measures.


    Finally, given the precise graphical support, we started the 1/1 scale construction and depicted the first part on our site.


  • Let the experience begin! (Frank Gehry)

    Par Gimmi Giacuzzi, Laura Périat, Natalia Stavrovskaja, Thuy Nguyen, 30/10/16

    WEEK 01

    We set in motion our 2. project, the Elements, by discovering the site through the camera objective . We entered the passing-by pedestrian’s journey,  leaning closer and depicting the panorama from different spots and height levels. This new kind of analysis enriched our knowledge in a refreshing way.  

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                                                                        The upper level panorama


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                                                                         The lower level panorama


    Our drawing in the Monge projection also starts to show precision, more details are to be noticed and examined in the 1/20 scale, now instead of 1/132.

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                                                        Monge 1 : 10 of our site, interacting with the element 


    Then, the time is on to reflect on the assignment of this project. Our site is divided in two, a rushy street and a calm loggia in front of the church. Our first instinct > create panaroma, propose a path, that leads above the tree crowns.


    We constructed a wood maquette of our hybrid element in 1/10 scale and a cardboard maquette of its neighborhood.

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                                                                            Our maquette in 1 : 10


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                                                                         Our maquette in 1 : 10


    We also started planning on our final construction in 1/1 scale, previsualizing the bonds in detail.

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                                                                         Our embodiment in 1 : 1


    Finally we built the first 3 wood knot bond in 1/1 and depicted it on the site.

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                                                              Our 3 bond knot constructed on the site