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PARIS MARKET LAB

X-TRUSION

TOR-SION

D-VISION

TRANS-FOODSION

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H RT O N The extruded form is sliced by floor. Each floor is slightly rotated in the opposite direction of the floor below. This move breaks away from the flat planes of the etruded form.

A structure in a dense urban fabric is typically an extruded shape dictated by the the city’s grid. On our site, the footpring of the building is a convex quadrilateral that is difined the In existing a dense urban fabric is typically an byexirregular grid of St. Germain

Diagonal cuts through the building, highligth the spatial relationships between the site and the surrounding building. These cuts allow circulation through Diagonal cuts through the building, highlight and accent de materialize the corners of the building

The extruded form is sliced by floor. Each floor is slightly rotated in the opposite direction of the floor below. This move breaks away from the flat planes of the extruded form.

truded shape dictated by the city’s grid. On our site, the footprint of the existing building is a convex quadrilateral that is defined by the irregular grid of St. Germain

X-ERTION

the spatial relationships between the site and the surrounding building. These cuts allow circulation through and accent de materialize the corners of the building

IN-TEGRATION

The extruded forms are pushed and pulled to create dynamic spaces and organize program. The varying hieghts allow for better daylightings and visability to the spaces that would normally recieve none.

RE-UNIFICATION

The rotated plates are combined with pushing, pulling, and circulation cuts

The rotated plates are combined with pushing, pulling, and circulation cuts

The extruded forms are pushed and pulled to create dynamic spaces and organize program. The varying heights allow for better daylighting and visibility to the spaces that would normally receive none

Spaces are reconnected on alternating floors to allow circulaSpaces are reconnected on alternating floors tion between programs.

to allow circulation between programs.

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STORAGE

STORAGE

Rue de Seine

Rue de Felibien

SALOON/ AUDITORIUM

SALOON/ AUDITORIUM

SALOON/ AUDITORIUM

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Trans-Foodsion, caters to the ever changing perception of gastronomy, in conjunction with sustaining the traditional Parisian patterns. The interior maintains tangible transparency from the street and evolves along the building’s skin; where the light is re-processed by the colored ceramics. It is indeed the experience of Scrumptious cooking.

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In the heart of Luxembourg, the sophistication of the left bank saturates the air between the aging walls. Adjacent to the St. Germain market, the liberal mind of Paris embraces her Gastronomy Market Lab with full appreciation of the pioneering exploration of food.

KITCHEN/ PATIO CLASSROOM

PATIO

STORAGE

KITCHEN/ CLASSROOM

PATIO

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BAR

BAR

BAR

KITCHEN/ CLASSROOM

PATIO

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RECEPTION

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SALON/ CLASSROOM

STORAGE

SALON/ CLASSROOM

STORE

STORE

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UP

1 : 100

DN

1 : 100

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Lvl 1

3

1 : 100

UP

UP

DN

Level 3 1 : 100

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Third Floor Plan: LevelKitchen 3 Level 3 Restaurant, 3 3 & Patio 1 : 100

SALON/ CLASSROOM

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DN

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SALON/ CLASSROOM

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Rue Lobineau Lvl 1

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SALON/ CLASSROOM M

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STORAGE

SALON/ CLASSROOM

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Ground Floor Plan: Lvl 1 & Plaza Restaurant,1 Store 1

SALON/ CLASSROOM

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STORAGE

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SALON/ CLASSROOM

RECEPTION

SALON/ CLASSROOM

STORE

PATIO

PATIO

1 : 100

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Level 4 1 : 100

2

Level 4 1 : 100

Fourth Floor Plan: Level 4 Restaurant, Bar, Kitchen & Patio 2 1 : 100

Offices Extensive green roof provides garden area Translucent ceramic tiles

Patio/ Exterior gathering space

Salon/ Classroom

Plaza Retail/ reception area Section A-A NORTH


Paris Market Lab Competition 2012