WORK OF THE GROUP ERGONOMY
(WITH STEPHEN BOPESO FROM THE STUDIO BONDU)
STUDY OF THE POSTURES OF THE HUMAN BODY
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HUMAN BODY AND ARCHITECTURE
axonometry to see the differences between the materiality
details of the plaster-concrete slats, 2 different points of view: visible through or not
exploded axonometry to show the removable plaster pieces
from top left, top to bottom
left elevation (entrance), horizontal cut at eyes level of someone sitting, inside- out perspective, plan.
plan, entrance perspective, section, front elevation.
elevation and plan of the 2 studios' common protostructure
a hidden space from the outside, an open space from the inside
to isolate myself from the city, people and noises, focus on the water and sunlight
numerous attempts were necessary to have a plaster that would fit perfectly in the wooden structure
same challenge for 2mm thick plasters
how to make regular stripes ? one answer was to try by molding them all at once
collaborating while building all together on the protostructure
trying to find solutions to have an understandable model despite the quarantine news
THE "FINAL" MODEL
from the outside
detail of the interior's continuous lines
plaster panel wall
plaster stripes plan letting the insider see the outside but not the outsider see the inside
the "parallel" entrance
*some constructive details + settings of angles of the plans are missing due to the quarantine...
**more sketches and explanations to come
Sections to explore the space and place the oblique planes.
Elevation and plan for a perpective from the inside.
Axonometry of the squared planes placed in the protostructure.
The main ideas of this room are to have a close space to isolate one person and be only accessible from the water, the space is also created to make the visitor look up in the sky and form an interesting shadow.