• PLANES - Final Project

    Par Clara Demuynck, 19/12/16

                                                           Space In Sequence 

    The project combines an exploration of the curving movement of the body, as explored in the previous Elements task, with the reconfiguring of the succession of linked spaces depicted in the painting “The Four Rooms” by Vilhelm Hammershøi (1914) into a series of offset vertical and horizontal planes. By manipulating differences in the height of the walls and the levels of the floors, diverse sensations are manufactured according to position of the observer.


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    Pictures of the inside


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    Pictures of the outside



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    Axonometry 1/20


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    Monge 1/20


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    Monge 1/66


  • PLANES - Research for the connections

    Par Clara Demuynck, 29/11/16

     

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    Monge 1/20 of the idea of the wooden model




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    Sketch of the ideas of wooden junctions


  • PLANES - Research for the volume

    Par Clara Demuynck, 26/11/16


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    First idea



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    Second idea



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    Third idea


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    Monge 1/66 of the volume


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    Axonometry 1/66 of the volume


  • PLANES - THE FOUR ROOMS

    Par Chloé Prévot, Clara Demuynck, 19/11/16

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                                                                            The Four Rooms

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    Space imaginated from the painting of Hammershoi :

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                                                                                                                                                                       Richard Koller

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                                                                                                    Mould of the four rooms

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  • Double Element - Final Idea

    Par Clara Demuynck, Eléonore Bleeker, Sonia Ferreiro Gomez, 13/11/16


                                                                                           To Curve


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    Our double element explores the curved path taken by pedestrians at the corner meeting of two streets: a path that was analysed and mapped at the commencement of the project. This movement is controlled and framed by the creation of a tall, narrow corridor, creating a powerful experience for the walker, who follows the curve before being released back into the site. The element is both a door and a series of narrow windows created by rotating vertical components manipulated to direct the walker’s vision. This rotation reveals the site outside the walls only from certain points of view from within. 


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                                                                                            Axonometry of the movement in the site


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                                                                                                       Axonometry of the Double Element and the details

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                                                                                              Model 1/10 of the Double Element 



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                                                                                                                Photos of the Double Element on the site



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                                                                                                           Photos of the Double Element with the body



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                                                                                                         Prototype of the movements