• CRAFT / WEEK 1-2

    Par Gignoux Jacques, Suter Delphine Magaline, 03/10/19

    PANTHEON'S FLOOR PROJECT


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    VISUALIZATION OF THE MODEL THROUGH THE DRAWING


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    PICTURE OF THE WOODEN ROD MODEL


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    DETAIL OF THE  CORNER



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    FIRST VISION OF A COMMUNITY WORK



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    PLAN, ELEVATIONS AND A 90° AXONOMETRIC DRAWING - INSPIRED BY THE WORK OF JOHN HEJDUK -



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    PERSPECTIVE OF THE MODEL



  • CRAFTS 1 / STUDY OF THE PANTHEON'S FLOOR

    Par , 30/09/19


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    Croquis et études afin de réaliser ensuite la structure en bois.


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    Assemblage des baguettes de bois pour créer la structure soutenue par une diagonale composée de deux baguettes superposées.


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        Plan, élévations et axonométrie de la structure en bois. 















  • Into the world of (curved) Architecture: a study of the Pantheon’s pavement

    Par Branet Inès, 30/09/19




    Architectural and archeological studies show that the center of Rome’s Pantheon floor has a curvature. The intentionality of it is still under discussion and remains uncertain, nevertheless it is a consensus that this curvature, replicating Ancient Greek curved columns, was a premeditated creative act aiming a sense of harmony in a heterogeneous space.

    Representing the Pantheon’s pavement was our first encounter with the architectural journey we set ourselves into. We worked for two weeks in pairs, each one of us was given a section from a squared plan of the pavement. 

    Through drawing and modeling we built a wooden structure of our section “F3”, which we assembled with all of the other sections recreating a model of the curvature.


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    Our wooden structure later became an instrument, establishing a dialogue between the Pantheon as a building and our drawing of the model using Monge’s descriptive geometry.   


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  • An analysis of a Greek-Roman Space, the Pantheon

    Par , 30/09/19

    Lately we assembled the elements (which we were asked to build previously) of the ground of the Pantheon, one of the best-preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings. The scale was 1 :3 in plan and 1 :1 in height. This collective model enabled us to see the eventual imperfections of our constructions and where corrections were needed.



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    In order to reach the first goal of the year we began to draw sketches. Those observations were very useful, especially in the making of our elements (the one on my picture is the F3, built in collaboration with Ines Branet) and how the wooden sticks should be stuck together.



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    Finally we drew a plan, two elevations and an axonometry (1/2 scale of the model). For the elevations we used the projection de Monge.



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    Par Cudré-Mauroux Sacha, 30/09/19

    Le projet consiste à représenter le sol du Panthéon à Rome et plus particulièrement sa courbure. En effet, nous verrons que le sol du panthéon n'est pas parfaitement plat. Le sol a été découpé en dalles grâce un plan quadrillé ressemblant à un damier. Chaque groupe de deux a esquissé des croquis d'une dalle précise. Puis, nous avons fabriqué une maquette en bois de la dalle. La dernière étape consistait à dessiner à la main pour chaque dalle, le plan, 2 élévations et une axonométrie.


                                                                Quelques croquis de la maquettes...

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                                                                      Photos de la structure en bois 



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                                                     Finalement, les dessins respectivement d'Antoine et de Sacha



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