• PLANES | Final

    Par Yoann Miéville, 19/12/16


    Finally, the whole project is about a reflection on three spatial elements: an enclosing space, an opening one and a level change. The key idea that led the entire process was to find a way to increase the transition feeling between two spaces by making a contrast between them.  



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                                   Pictures showing walls construction details and their visual dialogue



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                                                         Interior view



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                                                                       Other way around pictures




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                                                                                  axo 1:66/ 1:20

                                           
                                         



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         Monge 1:20



  • PLANES | Materials

    Par Yoann Miéville, 19/12/16


    The initial idea was to cast walls directly inside the protostructure. The technique worked, but the weight of the plaster made this construction too risky for the stability of the protostructure.



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                                                plaster mold test



    The use of the cardboard made possible a whole new construction dimension.



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                                             Final cardboard walls

                                        


  • PLANES | Two walls

    Par Yoann Miéville, 19/12/16


    The project is starting to get out of its symmetrical expression. The same space transition can be obtained by the use of only two walls. The different dispositions and angles of the walls open to many construction possibilities.


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                                          monge 1:66 / walls inclination work                                    



  • PLANES | A diagrammatic expression

    Par Yoann Miéville, 28/11/16


    The first maquette seems to be the diagrammatic expression of the project: a space gets tighter and a space opens. Each element is still completely symmetrical and the dimension are restrained two the central node of the protostructure.



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  • PLANES - WEEK 9

    Par Romain Iff, Yoann Miéville, 21/11/16

            When studying this picture, we didn’t understand a series of spaces, but actually several rooms connected by

    transitional spaces which all form one unified and continuous space. With that in mind, we decided to keep the notion of

    perspective that one can find in the painting and create a unified room that tends to a focal point. In order to do so, we took

    Borromini’s trompe l’oeil in the Spada Palace in Rome as a reference. We studied the painting to figure out the dimensions of

    the space in connection with the body. We then proceeded to build a mold that creates a material illusion of the perspective

    of the enfilade.


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                                                                                    The Mold - 1:66