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SELECTED WORKS 2009 | 2011 ELOISE CHOQUETTE | B.SC.ARCHITECTURE


SELECTED WORKS 2009 | 2011

ELOISE CHOQUETTE | B.SC.ARCHITECTURE AMÉNAGEMENT | UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL eloise.choquette@gmail.com


01 ANOTHER HAIR IN THE WALL 06 02 FOLDINGS 08 03 DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS 12 04 ATRIUM HOUSE 16 05 CITYSCAPE 20

07 CONSTRUCTION 32 08 MARC FAVREAU LIBRARY 34 09 DANCING WALL 42 10 STRIP 46 11 LIQUID CITY 54

SELECTED WORKS

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01 ANOTHER HAIR IN THE WALL

Project Name

another hair in the wall

Year of Study second (PERSONAL PROJECT) Semester winter Duration of Project

one weekend

Name of Instructor

none

Group Project yes Number of people 4 saad akchich, kevin mark & simon robichaud My Contribution My Mark | Class Average

concept & realisation none associated

Objective of the Project

artistic installation in situ

Description of Design on a dull and oppressive wall, where concrete release marks are the OBJECTIVES & CONCEPT only thing to anchor on visually, a sudden colorful hair extension emerges from the rough concrete finish, as though the madness kept inside the wall was, at last, able to escape from it. PAGE 06


Project Name

FOLDINGS

02 FOLDINGS

Year of Study FIRST Semester FALL (studio 1) Duration of Project

THREE WEEKS

Name of Instructor

MARC PAPE

Group Project

NO

Objective of the Project

TO DESIGN AN ARCHITECTURAL APPARATUS BY FOLDING & GLUING A SHEET OF CARDBOARD WITHOUT REMOVING ANY PART OF IT, USING SPACES PRINCIPLES

Description of Design ARCHITECTURE AS TOPOGRAPHY OBJECTIVES & CONCEPT SPACE AS JOURNEY THIS ARCHITECTURAL APPARATUS offers a collection of moments, views and journeys very different depending of where you stand. it also plays with transparency & opacity. when you look at it from one side, it seems completely closed, and from another one, you can see absolutely through it. PAGE 08


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FOLDING TEMPLATE

FOLDING TEMPLATE

FLOOR PLAN

ROOF PLAN


03 DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS

Project Name

VARIOUS

Year of Study FIRST (STUDIO 1 & expression drawing studio) & SECOND (PERSONAL PROJECTS) Semester FALL Duration of Project

2 WEEKS (DRAWINGS)

Name of Instructor

MARC PAPE (perspectives)

Group Project

NO

Objective of the Project LEARNING TO DRAW free-hand PERSPECTIVES & TO RENDER THEM & drawings (charcoal & pastel) & PAINTINGS (oil on canvas) PAGE 12


04 ATRIUM HOUSE

Project Name

ATRIUM HOUSE

Year of Study SECOND (studio 3) Semester FALL Duration of Project Name of Instructor

THREE WEEKS sergio morales

Group Project no Objective of the Project ARTIFACT EXPLORING WOOD, ITS POSSIBILITIES & ITS LIMITATIONS Description of Design the atrium house is designed for an architecture collector, fascinated by history as an uneven collection of broken events. he is particularly interested in the events that influenced architecture history. therefore, he possesses an eclectic collection of different types of pieces, from books to paintings, sculptures and drawings. the atrium house bursts into fragmented forms, reflecting the broken course of history. PAGE 16


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Project Name

CITYSCAPE

Year of Study second (studio 3) Semester fall Duration of Project

3 weeks

Name of Instructor

sergio morales

05 CITYSCAPE

Group Project yes Number of people 2 kevin mark My Contribution

concept & realisation

Objective of the Project

to design a 40-appartments housing building based on context & community

Description of Design eclecticism, scarification, urban hideousness, gangrenous areas of a city in desperate need of renewal. in order to survive, the city has to evolve, to transform. acting as mirror and urban catalyzer, cityscape has to offer a new way of living in downtown montreal, to infuse a new dynamism in the urban collectivity. an art gallery, a cafĂŠ, a kindergarten occupy all the public space of the ground floor, allowing the city life to be part of the project PAGE 20 as much as the private lives of the inhabitants.


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Project Name

EVOLUTION

06 EVOLUTION

Year of Study second Semester winter | STUDIO 4 Duration of Project

TWO weekS

Name of Instructor

CARLO CARBONE

Group Project

NO

My Contribution

concept & realisation

Objective of the Project

ARTIFACT EXPLORING WOOD, ITS POSSIBILITIES & ITS LIMITATIONS

Description of Design THE POETIC FEATURES OF wood MUST GUIDE AND CONDUCT the explorations OBJECTIVES & CONCEPT and researches on the latter. they allow us to understand how wood can be transformed. materials are mixed, altered, dissolved, modified, sublimated; they interact, become something completely different in the artifact, matter - solid & lquid - is always evolving. wood is living through its evolution. it goes beyond conventional colors & forms. wood is the core of glass as sap is for trees. without wood, the artifact cannot be - as a tree without sap cannot exist. PAGE 28


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expérimenter

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faire pivoter

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javelliser

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plonger (dans divers liquides)

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arc 2012 / H2011 / atelier 4 / étape 1 / recherche et expérimentation / évoluer

artéfact final

éloïse choquette


Project Name

mcgill law library (dan hanganu)

07 DETAILS

Year of Study second (architecture & building construction 4) Semester winter Duration of Project

two weeks

Name of Instructor

valĂŠrie mahaut

Group Project yes Number of people 4 sarah beaudoin, hubert lemieux & anne saint-laurent My Contribution

global section, window detail & analysis

Objective of the Project

to learn how to draw building construction details

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08 MARC FAVREAU LIBRARY

Project Name

marc favreau library

Year of Study second (studio 4) Semester winter Duration of Project

one weekend

Name of Instructor

carlo carbone

Group Project yes Number of people 2 hoang thi kim nguyen My Contribution

concept & realisation

Objective of the Project to design a library & its park, in relation to an existing building converted in a kindergarten Description of Design the library is a journey, the library is a path, connected to the site & the user. the library is in tension. the context, the boundaries & the interior/ exterior contrast transform the library in a focal point of the urban landscape. based on the mobius strip, the library in interconnected, PAGE 34 intertwining within itself, linking the users to the space.


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Project Name

DANCING WALL

Year of Study second (building contruction materials studio) Semester summer Duration of Project

TWO weekS

Name of Instructor

CARLO CARBONE

09 DANCING WALL

Group Project yes number of people 4 philémon gravel, hoang thi kim nguyen & guillaume trahan My Contribution

concept & realisation

Objective of the Project

TO BUILD AN ARTIFACT EXPLORING BRICK, ITS POSSIBILITIES & ITS LIMITATIONS

Description of Design

THE WALL IS DIVIDED IN LAYERS, INDEPENDENT YET LINKED WITH EACH OTHER. THE WALL IS UNSTABLE, BECAUSE IT HAS TO BE CONSTANTLY REBUILT. THE WALL IS A CONCEPTUAL ENTITY, THAT DOESN’T NEED TO BE BUILT TO EXIST. THE WALL IS DANCING THROUGH SPACE AND LIGHT, AS A VEIL MAGICALLY frozen.

“SOMETHING THERE IS THAT DOESN’T LOVE A WALL THAT SENDS THE FROZEN-GROUND-SWELL UNDER IT, AND SPILLS THE UPPER BOULDERS IN THE SUN PAGE 42 AND MAKES GAPS EVEN TWO CAN PASS ABREAST.” - ROBERT FROST, MENDING WALL


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Project Name

STRIP

Year of Study THIRD (studio 5) Semester FALL Duration of Project

THREE weekS

Name of Instructor

GEORGES L. LEGENDRE

10 STRIP

Group Project YES NUMBER OF PEOPLE 2 RAPHAテ記 THIBODEAU My Contribution

concept & realisation

Objective of the Project

TO DESIGN A SKYSCRAPER USING PARAMETRIC TOOLS

Description of Design STRIP IS A PROJECT BASED ON PARAMETRIC FORMULAS, THAT SHAPE ITS FORM. USING OBJECTIVES & CONCEPT HORIZONTAL THREADS, THAT GROW EXPONENTIALLY TOWARDS THE SKY, THE PROJECT PLAYS WITH TRANSPARENCY & INTERSECTIONS. THE PLAN SEEMS TO BE DIVIDED, YET IT INTERTWINES. THEREFORE, VOLUMES ARE DEFINED BY THESE HORIZONTAL THREADS. THEY EXPAND, AS THOUGH THEY ARE RIBBONS, STRIPS PROGRESSIVELY DISMANTLED, UNROLLED. PAGE 46


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Project Name

1968 BATHS | liquid city cca charrette

Year of Study THIRD (personal project) Semester FALL Duration of Project

one weekend

Name of Instructor

none

Group Project yes number of people 4 CÉDRIC LANGEVIN, MATHIEU LECHASSEUR & HUBERT LEMIEUX

11 1968 BATHS

My Contribution

concept & realisation (GRAPHIC DESIGN & VIDEO | COLLAGE BY h.lEMIEUX)

Objective of the Project TO FIND A MANNER OF USING WATER IN A SUSTAINABLE, COLLECTIVE & DYNAMIC WAY IN A MONTREAL NEIGHBORHOOD, GRIFFINTOWN. Description of Design WATER SURROUNDS US, YET WE COULD REALLY USE IT IN A MORE SUSTAINABLE WAY. OBJECTIVES & CONCEPT BATHS ARE PLACED ON EVERY STREET OF GRIFFINTOWN, IN ORDER TO COLLECT & TO GIVE A SECOND LIFE TO RAIN WATER. A BATH IS NATURALLY ASSOCIATED WITH WATER. TO USE IT AS AN URBAN SYMBOL IS FUN YET USEFUL, EFFICIENT YET PECULIAR. IT ATTRACTS PEOPLE, THEREFORE BRINGING BACK A BIT OF COMMUNITY LIFE TO THE STREETS. BY SHARING WATER, PEOPLE SHARE MEMORIES & A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE. PAGE 54


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neige (cm) pluie (mm)

REMPLIS EN MOYENNE 1 FOIS PAR SEMAINE

1968 BAINS DISSÉMINÉS DANS LA VILLE

20 466 000 L D’EAU ÉCONOMISÉS

71 082 M DE LONGUEUR DE GOUTTIÈRES

26 790 M2 DE SURFACE DE RUISSELLEMENT

246 ÎLOTS 764 MM DE PLUIE PAR ANNÉE

BAINS COLONISATEURS

S A G E S

janvier février mars avril mai juin juillet août septembre octobre novembre décembre

52 27 43 20 36 36 13 64 0 76 0 83 0 91 0 93 0 93 2 75 22 71 48 35


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