Radial Supersurface inspired from the protostructure curve
Every modules can be repeated on the same Radius. Our project is composed of 3 different types of modules (Intrados, extrados and the Protostructure's center). The pillars can move and probe the ground's height. We can imagine a stronger version that can hold the modules without the protostructure. The cubes are 3 dimensional extensions of the Supersurface, and their fonction can be determined by the user (chair, bed, table). Every 500 m, the newly created module can be divided in several central modules.
Shape of the module at 500 m Position of this module
We can build another module in Lausanne, at the EPFL, resulting of the division of a bigger module.
Position in Lausanne
The room's fonction is determined by the objects' fonction. Here, there is different types of way to use them: it could be to sit down or lay down. But everyone can decide to change the fonction/space through changing the "cubes" place.
Assembly details 1:1
We inspired our project from the Supersurface from Superstudio. Where there is no space limit.
The protostructure apeared to us as coordonates points and create a radial Supersurface.
The two points from where the Supersurface comes, could be new poles from Earth.
Claude Parent - La vie à l'oblique
Supersurface - Superstudio
House N - Sou Fujimoto
1. Inclined Room
2. Supersurface 1:10
3. Outside/Inside Ambiguity
4. Difficult Path
Par barbey samuel, 29/11/16
The idea is to make a space from two same modules, which have the dimension from the first plane's mould.
This combination is one on an infinity, the space is determined by where the plasters are.
A few space composition that we can do with two modules.
There is two different sides: the first is viewed from outside where there is no noticeable horizon, the second from inside where we can see the size of the space and the height due to the different layers which are linked by the human dimension from the module, which is formed by the two from the bottom. The third layer, is a twice repetition from the module.
Without horizontals or clear separation we cannot
understand the size of the space in height.
When we add horizontals at human dimension
as noticeable stage, the space is hierarchized.
The horizontal and vertical are linked together.
We need verticals to connect different layers.
The two layers from the bottom forme a module
at human dimension, which organizes the space.
Mother and daughter in a room pantry, 1660, Pieter De Hooch
We focused on the different levels between the rooms and the second floor, suggested by the stairs.
First plaster superposed on the second one
We restricted our last plaster to our guiding line by abstracting all the details that leads us away from our idea.
The element is situated along the billboard which stands in front of the fnac entrance.This billboard designed like a tower permited us to link two separated analysis of each level during "Measures" phase.Now the tower is physically used to install an element which brings an acces from the "Fnac level" to the "Bel-Air level".
The bed is the horizontal continuity of the "Bel-Air" level.
The door acting like the access of the installation
The continuity of the horizontal white line appears when the element is open.
Week 2 and 3:
The base of the project: The piece which plugs in the tower to support the element
telescopic ladder that open from the door
The double-element will take place on the tower by an hooking system.
Situation of the element on the 1:132 scenario model