ROOM_CONFINEMENT

Par Bressoud Julien, 06/04/20

Intro:


A long time ago life began underwater. The plant and insect first explore the ground environment. Then follow by the first amphibian explorator

This moment, the exit of the water is the legacy of our evolution.  In translation this is when the human get the amphibian character.




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plan/face elevation


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section/side elevation




The bather's exit from the water usually results in a gentle rise out of the water. The transition of these two elements has as for "idea" the entry of space, (the terrestrial environment).

Taking up a topographical condition linked to the seaside, lake or perhaps the Rhone, the designed space is in the continuity of the "bank" by an oblique plane.



the room as a monolith made of concret:







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axonometrie evolving




analyse of the void:




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axonometrie deconstructive



Vertical planes:

The two planes are orthogonal to each other. They are composed of slats oriented at a similar angle for both planes. The slats produce a play of opacity and transparency depending on the position of the visitor in the space. A movement is thus created. It invites the visitor to position himself at the top of the ramp. From there, he naturally looks at where he comes from. The Rhone is, however, hidden by the slats. Only the sound of the water acts as an auditory lair.




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plan/details




light research:



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the pre-transcription of a future experience:
At first, the bather feels the water on his body. When he or she arrives in front of the room, the visitor must literally swim in the space.
The transition between the two elements is synonymous with the landing of the door. The movement of water extraction is accompanied by the feeling of the streaming of water and air.
After crossing the threshold in the continuity of the bank, the visitor finds himself in the terrestrial environment. He begins to readjust to the gravity of the environment.





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perspectives 




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photo perspectives




entire protostructure:


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Outro:


The Rhone,

is the entrance to the room, the bank, the interior and to the north the protostructure open to the unknown or perhaps the continuity of this project.

This hypothesis of continuity has three axes; the ground in the north, the sky above the room and the aquatic environment in the south. Any one of these directions can be considered.

In conclusion, the project is part of the "becoming leman" framework and makes it a central point to inhabit the waters of the Rhone.





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