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Transmitter et 6 modules de proto-structures
Transmitter, sol sonore et échafaudages
En recyclant le moteur d'un haut-parleur, nous avons créé un dispositif qui,
lorsqu'il est en contact avec une surface, transmet des vibrations à celle-ci.
Les vibrations de la surface produisent du son.
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
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).
Pictures of the proto-structure and the cardboard module
Free Board to illustrate the project
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.
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.
Drawing of the situation model
Mold of the circle (first one) Mold of the new circle
Detail of the second mold
Circle in plaster on the situation model Detail of the plaster
Drawings of the proto-structure and the plaster
Mold of the proto-structure's plaster
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.