• Radial Supersurface

    Par barbey samuel, tarditi davide, 25/02/17

    Last Week

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                                                   Radial Supersurface inspired from the protostructure curve   

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    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.




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                                    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.


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                                                                                Position in Lausanne                               


    3rd Week


    Mock-up 1:10


    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. 



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    Assembly details 1:1



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    2nd Week


    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.





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    Axonometry 1:40

                         


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    Monge 1:20



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    Mock-up 1:10


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    1st Week


    References:

    Idea 1:

    Claude Parent - La vie à l'oblique



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    Idea 2:

    Supersurface - Superstudio


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    Idea 3:


    House N - Sou Fujimoto



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    Mock-ups 1:100:


    1. Inclined Room



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    2. Supersurface 1:10



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    3. Outside/Inside Ambiguity



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    4. Difficult Path



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  • Planes : The Corridor, 2

    Par tarditi davide, 05/12/16

    Final Week

    The main thread of the project is infinity and connections. A plane corridor made in cardboard is put on a wooden proto-structure, with square forms, in order to materialize infinity. In the center of the model, there is a "way-out", which represent a connection to another space (more precisely the connection between Lausanne and Zurich).

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                        Axonometric projection 1:66                                            Monge projection 1:66
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                                                    Pictures of the proto-structure and the cardboard module

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                                                            Free Board to illustrate the project 

    Week 4

    The proto-structure is modified to have a bigger surface, which the plaster can cover. Consequently, it enhances the idea of infinity and connection. The idea is based on the Supersurface.


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                                                                Life, Supersurface by Superstudio, 1972

    " [...] Networks of services and communications are the means for the use of the land. The city stands as the nut of the network. [...] " (taken from Superstudio video)


    Week 2 / 3

    The circle represent an infinite corridor, that links Zurich and Lausanne on the situation model. The most important moment is the connection between the ring and the external structure made in copper (on the side of the situation model). As a matter of fact, it is the threshold between the hallway and a particular space. This moment is shown on the wooden proto-structure, with a plaster model at a bigger scale.

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                                                                    Drawing of the situation model 

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                                       Mold of the circle (first one)                                                    Mold of the new circle 



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                                                                          Detail of the second mold 

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                      Circle in plaster on the situation model                                        Detail of the plaster

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                                                          Drawings of the proto-structure and the plaster


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                                                                    Mold of the proto-structure's plaster                                                    

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                                                                        Plaster on proto-structure

    The central part of the proto-structure is the moment that is highlighted, and the plaster is at the extremity to enhance the idea of infinity. 

  • Planes : The Corridor

    Par tarditi davide, vaucher eliott, 19/11/16

    Week 1 

    For the first week of this new project, we have to imagine a space from the given painting of Pieter de Hooch.

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                                                            The Messenger, Pieter de Hooch

    We decided to base our main thread on corridors, as they convey an idea of movement. In a building, the distribution of rooms is made by the corridor, which gives a spatial organisation.

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                                                                source : www.reddit.com

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                                                                       Drawing of the space


    First Idea : 

    We imagined that the corridor linked a small room and a bigger one, which can be a reception room. Another hallway is grafted to the reception room.

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    Second Idea : 

    We deleted the small room in order to highlight the hallway, and added a rotunda to stop the monotony of rectangular rooms. It creates, in addition, a idea of movement.

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    Third Idea : 

    This time, we added a second floor, on the left side. Consequently, there is another corridor on the upper floor, which is open on the reception, that has a higher ceiling.

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    All the plaster models are at scale 1:132

  • PROJECT 2 : Tension

    Par pagano antonio, bosshard cedric, fleury yan, tarditi davide, 01/11/16

    Week 5

    For our second project, we decided to base our research on the continuity of the first one. It consisted of analyzing a given zone, and choose a particular building or object that interested us.From our point of view, located in front of the Old Kursaal, we saw an eye-catching construction : "La Maison Mercier", of Gothic Revival architecture. As a matter of fact, it stands-out from the surroundings, just like the Old Kursaal. Consequently we wanted to draw a connection between both structures and establish a tension, as it defines the space and gives a global view of the zone. 


    To represent this tension, we build a triangle structure with a reclining bed and chair, placed between the two opposite buildings.(horizontal elements).




    By being linked together horizontally, they form a table, with white painted strips, to enhance the orientation of the tension and link. The window (vertical object) is represented by our point of view when we are placed on the chair and on the bed. In fact, when we are on the structure, our vanishing point is centered on either the Maison Mercier or the Old Kursaal. Furthermore, the bed cannot stand without the chair and vice versa, so it increases the tension of our structure and of the buildings.




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                                                                                    1:1  or  1:10 ??




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     Axonometric projection of the structure                                                   Drawing of the element        



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       Monge projection, scale (1:10)                                          Perspective enabling a better comprehension of the project

                                                                                                                    with the Maison Mercier 





    Week 4


    Nous avons repenser la maquette précédente pour qu'elle soit repliable sur elle même et facilement transportable, tout en intégrant un lit et une chaise ainsi qu'une fenêtre déterminée par notre position sur la chaise ou le lit. 

    Lorsque nous sommes situés sur la structure nous voyons toujours la Maison Mercier et l'ancien Kursaal, une fois placés soit sur la chaise soit sur le lit.

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                                  Maquette repliable échelle (1:10)

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                                    Lit et chaise inclinables dans l'élément                             

    Week 3

    Pour cette troisième semaine de préparation, nous nous sommes inspirés d'un ancien appareil photo. L'élément est toujours situé entre les deux bâtiments. Pour observer l'ancien Kursaal ou la Maison Mercier, il faut se placer de part et d'autre de l'élément.


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       Troisième maquette mettant en scène la tension grâce aux fils tendus


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                                                  Tension accentuée par les fils

    Week 2

    Pour notre deuxième essai, nous avons fait une pièce, avec deux fenêtres, un lit et une table. Cet élément est placé entre les deux bâtiments, pour créer une idée de tension. Chaque fenêtre donne sur un bâtiment : la Maison Mercier et l'ancien Kursaal (2 Rue des Terreaux).

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       Maquette du deuxième essai, échelle (1:10)

    Week 1


    Pour ce projet, nous voulons nous baser sur Measures, en reprenant notre idée de la tension entre les deux bâtiments. Pour ce faire, nous avons fait une maquette table-lit-fenêtre, pour donner une ouverture sur la zone et voir la Maison Mercier. 

    Nous avons également intégré une porte pour donner une idée de perspective et pour nous faire concentrer sur la Maison Mercier.

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                            Assemblage de notre première idée


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                            Maquette d'un élément table-lit-fenêtre (1:10)


  • / Zurich artefact and Lausanne layers

    Par pagano antonio, abbas oria, ballester simon, barbey samuel, bosshard cedric, boxebeld carlotta, carriere celine, farrell marie-ange, fleury yan, grigoryeva karina, nguyen tiffany, silva gabriel, sordet basile, tarditi davide, tran tuong vy, ulrich Sarah, vaucher eliott, 24/10/16

                                                                          Copper structure and plaster:


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                                                                                      Plan projection:

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