Rooms, week 3

Par Branet Inès, 17/03/20


Two vertical planes guide you to enter, sit and exit the room. 

Two oblique planes meet: an invitation to sit, an opening of the landscape.

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Plan, elevation, section, and detail.

Scale: 1:20


Trimming: Rethinking of the importance that every part of the 9m2 surface gives or takes to the room.

Points: defining the particular points where the four plans should meet with each other and the protostructure. A dialogue between the planes and the protostructure.         


MOCK UPS:


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First attempt of the wooden frames that will hold plaster slabs.
Challenge for next week: the wooden frame is to continue the dialogue with the protostructure and not merely rest on it, the protostructure is our topography. The planes work with the protostructure, the frame and by extent the plane rests on the protostructure as much as the protostructure rests on the plane .

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The slabs will come to rest in the wooden frames. Only before entering and as you exit will the structure be exposed.

Giving a materiality to our room, approaching human scale. The interior of the room will all be concrete slabs in 1:1 and all plaster in 1:10.

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Pigments: exploring plaster's texture and color when in contact with graphite.