• ELEMENTS CRITICS

    Par Eliott Hounieu, Joakin Gebert, Alan Von Arx Carrascal, Albane Grimont, Bruno Pinto de Oliveira, camille fauvel, Camille Nicolet, Elina Reymond, François Megret, Julie Morel, Laura Périat, Laura Vuffray, Lionel Scherz, Marine Lachat, Marion Beuchat, Michaël Aydogan, Morgane Angelozzi, Nadia Doriot, Pauline Cosandier, Stefania Semenova, Tiago Da Silva Teixeira, 18/12/17


    13.11.2017       Critics on the site of Malley — Lausanne


                                                                      STUDIOS CHASSOT — FAUVEL — NANTERMOD




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    14.11.2017      Critics in the SG — EPFL



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    STUDIO FAUVEL — PHOTOSTUDIO



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  • WEEK 4

    Par Tiago Da Silva Teixeira, Eliott Hounieu, François Megret, Julie Morel, 21/11/17





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  • WEEK 3

    Par Tiago Da Silva Teixeira, Eliott Hounieu, François Megret, Julie Morel, 21/11/17


    Building a mold was primordial in our final building process. We recreated the irregular terrain of the site with dirt. Next we constructed a model of our element according to our previously built mold. To be able to adapt to the ground we needed to build uneven sized wooden parts. Therefore this exercise helped us in apprehending the various difficulties we would face while assembling in 1:1 scale.

       

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                 Details of our structure and ways used to assemble

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    Scale 1:5


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    Using a laser to gather measurements on the size of our base slats 

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  • WEEK 2

    Par Eliott Hounieu, François Megret, Julie Morel, Tiago Da Silva Teixeira, 21/11/17


    In week two we decided to concentrate on the central part of our preview model as we understood that the books, shelves were excessive. The emphasis was not set on the books anymore as the users can bring their own lectures while still enjoying the site. Consequently we choose to focus on the multiple slats rotating around a single cylindrical element.

    Every single model brought a new problematic to the project. For example with this model we figured out that the imposing frame was not relevant to our ideas.


    Second Model - Lit en Baldaquin

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    First attempt : perspective

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  • Point de vue obtenu

    Par Albane Grimont, Camille Nicolet, Morgane Angelozzi, Pauline Cosandier, 20/11/17


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    La photographie montre le point de vue obtenu en haut de notre élément.

    Notre champs de vision s'étend des branches qui nous envahissent jusqu'à la partie urbaine de Malley.

    Depuis l'intérieur de notre élément qui se situa dans une zone emplie de végétation, on peut voir l'extérieur, la ville, industrielle et en mouvement continuel.

    Cela forme un contraste, nous donnant une sensation d'isolement et de dépaysement.