• rooms w1 - spatial explorations

    Par Cruchaud Nina, 02/03/20


    Sections to explore the space and place the oblique planes.


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    Elevation and plan for a perpective from the inside.


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    Axonometry of the squared planes placed in the protostructure.


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    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.


  • Rooms, week 1

    Par Branet Inès, 01/03/20



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    I leave a room.

    Plan, elevations and perspective

    Scale 1:10

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    I enter a room. 

    Axonometry

    Scale 1:10


                            

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    Research sketches on the arrangement of four 3x3m planes.




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    Four plans, a room.

    Exploring the notion of entrance and assigning a function to our room. Arranging the planes in relation to the person and future activity that will be held in the room. 

    Ongoing research on how the arrangement of four planes can mark an entrance, a path to follow and present the functionality of the room in a precise moment: an intersection, an implicit corner, an interstice.

    Challenge for week two: where to sit?


  • A space to study

    Par Mudry Raphaël, 01/03/20

    "A Space to be protected from the direct light and to study"

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    The space has a treshold and a small opening that permit light to come in.

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    To build the space there is some attempt by drawing.

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  • ROOMS_UW_WEEK 1

    Par Cudré-Mauroux Sacha, 01/03/20

    The objective of the ROOMS phase is to create an interior space using 4 planes of 3x3x3 meters in a protostructure. This interior space must offer the concepts of entry, relation to the inhabitant and the scale of the human body.

    The purpose of my ROOMS is to observe the stars, more particularly the great bear.
    The space has no roof but is open, oriented towards the sky.

    These drawings (scale 1:10) represent the first ideas of the design of this space.





    Perspective (view of the entrance from inside the space)/Plans 1:10

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    Elevations/Sections 1:10


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    Axonometry 1:10


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  • ROOMS - Week 1

    Par Melgar Luis, 01/03/20

    The challenge was to create an interior space - or a feeling of interiority - with four square planes, each of them measuring 3m by 3m in 1:1. The project also had not only to fit within the protostructure, but also to use it as a whole part to help creating the space.

    Here's my initial idea :



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    1:10 axonometric projection


    Through my project, I study the idea of a guided path for an active observer. The "visitor" would start his path bottom right and experiment different types of space throughout his path until he reaches the final place, here in the middle of the plan.


    Here's two sections of my project : the first is vertical and the second horizontal.



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    1:10 sections


    When we're in this "room", the place is felt differently depending on the direction we're looking at. If we look south, the space widens and create a feeling of "openness". But if we turn around, the space is more compressive and tightened.


    Here's a perspective view, looking north :



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    1:10 perspective view

    The wooden beam from the protostructure we see at the top left also helps creating this interior space by setting a threshold between our "room" and the rest of the path.