• PLANES / Outcome

    Par Maximilian Glaus, 19/12/16







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    The proposal expresses the relationship between two paths of travel at their meeting point. The introduction of the “shoji” inspired wall served multiple purposes, one of which is to create a spatial separation while at the same time transmitting information, and therefore raising expectations in the visitor. The wall gives the visitor a spatial reference for their movement, by continually either having the horizontal elements disrupting the vertical or vice versa depending on which path he is on. The shoji’s crossing system of continuous vertical and horizontal elements expresses the x-y coordinate system of a 2 dimensional plane.




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  • PLANES / Refinement

    Par Maximilian Glaus, 09/12/16

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                                    Reenforcement:    When the most stressed part happens to be the thinnest.





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    Betonästhetik:    Adding graphite to the plaster mix.




  • PLANES / Finding the Path

    Par Maximilian Glaus, 02/12/16


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  • PLANES / Protostructure and first idea

    Par Maximilian Glaus, 25/11/16




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  • PLANES / Cast of a Painting's Interior

    Par Maximilian Glaus, Zehra Ter, 19/11/16


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    Based on this painting "Vestibule of the Schloss Charlottenhof by K.F. Schinkel" by an unknown artist, we created a cast of the painted space. The invisible parts have been complemented with our imagination. 



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    Our drawing shows the monge and axonometry of the cast. Since it is a castle's vestibule, we chose to create a symmetrical interior. The focus lies on the room on which the painting is centered. The two adjacent rooms are suggested but not entirely defined.



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