• Planes_week_4

    Par Emmanuel Stump, 06/12/16

    Mon projet se base sur une recherche géométrique de la protostructure pour diviser son espace en fonction d'elle-même. En prenant les "noeuds" de la protostructure et en traçant ses diagonales principales, la façon la plus évidente de diviser l'espace au sol est de le diviser en triangles. Ceci nous mène naturellement aux hexagones qui mettent en évidence les noeuds qui régissent l'espace en plan. Le choix du bois et la présence de nervures laissent apparaitre la géométrie.

    Mon but, ensuite, est de jouer avec la hauteur de ces hexagones et de construire une ondulation, autrement dit une variation de plans. J'utilise les 4 triangles libres entres les hexagones pour les lier ces derniers tout en les soumettant à cette ondulation. Ainsi, un des triangles se retrouve sous le niveau de l'hexagone le plus bas et un autre au dessus du plus haut. Tout en laissant au minimum 180cm de hauteur pour passer.

    Les 3 murs divisent l'espace et empêchent un passage direct au centre le la protostructure et construisent 3 espaces différents sur les hexagones dont un de transition. Ils ont eux aussi régis par la géométrie au sol et ne sont pour finir que des nervures transformées en mur. Ils font la taille d'un hexagone. Leur hauteur varie en fonction du triangle qui leur est associé.

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    Axonométries 1/66 et 1/20 avec plan au 1/20.

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    Vue en plan du projet 

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    Monge Protostructure 1/66.

    Recherche géométrique dans la protostructure en plan et division de l'espace en triangles semblables. Organisation de 3 hexagones aux "noeuds" de la protostructure et division de l'espace avec 3 murs organisés en fonction de la protostructure. 

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    Pièces triangulaires avant assemblage.

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  • Planes_First_Week

    Par Emmanuel Stump, Mandy Burnier, 22/11/16

                                                                                -PAINTING-


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                                                                                -PLASTER-


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  • Final Week

    Par Audrey Balmat, Emmanuel Stump, Joséphine Parlier, Mandy Burnier, 14/11/16



                                                                    -DOUBLE ELEMENTS-



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                                                                                    -DETAILS-



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  • WEEK 7

    Par Audrey Balmat, Emmanuel Stump, Joséphine Parlier, Mandy Burnier, 08/11/16

    movement...

    We finaly decided to take off some of our structure that made the sens of a target because it was too "heavy". In fact we realised that just a diagonal was enough to pick up the interest of the eye and enough stronger. Our table wasn't effective too and there was the problem with our sustain-structure that didn't have any sense before. On the week, we wondered if a door wasn't the best idea for our site and our tematic. We wanted to show the link between the separation of both passages and the door was the solution. We create tow stairs for letting people pass throught our structure, through two passages that were like one passage. The fact that we did the stairs on each other side gave some impression of some bridge. But what is a bridge? This is an element that allow people to pass through an obstacle. For us, the obstacle was the yard that prevent people to access on the seconde passage.


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  • Element_Week 6

    Par Audrey Balmat, Emmanuel Stump, Joséphine Parlier, Mandy Burnier, 31/10/16


    After our first scenario model, we had few problems about the structure for sustaining our element. We wanted something that had sens so we took the mesures of our exterior square and put it on the floor like if there were two squares. After deciding this, we went back to our site for mesuring the high of our window. We wondered if the perspective of or center square was centered on the middle of our passage which was the more important element for us. But there was some problem, it wasn't the middle, we had to put our window higher and that was a problem because if we put the yindow higher, it wouldn't be a square anymore. So we had to thing about another structure for making our element standing up. We absolutely wanted to take the square element as it is the base of our tematic.


    Test socle: there, we tested some socles that were some possibility but none of them was concluding. on the second one, we had the idea of a bench where people could sit, puting there drink on the window- table. After building this, we saw that it wasn't what we wanted to show so we wondered if we had the best association of element there and if there wasn't something more to express with other element like the bed or the door. We kept testing.



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    Test hauteur : 


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