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This portfolio presents a selection of my work completed between 2005 and 2009 when I was studying Interior Design. I graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Design Specialise in Interior and Spatial Design.

Academic Projects K i m b o C a f e ................................................................................................................................................... 0 5 P s y c h i a t r i c C l i n i c ................................................................................................................................ 0 6 T h e G a m e B a r ........................................................................................................................................... 0 7

Nguyen Tran Ngoc Lam

L a b o r a t o r y D E V A ...................................................................................................................................0 8

Corner Cottage, Middlewood Road, Higher Poynton, Cheshire, SK12 1TU, England

L ‘ E a u t o u r T o u r i s t O f f i c e ............................................................................................................ 0 9

+ ( 44 ) 7 8 7 6 1 5 8 2 5 7 @

lam.nguyentran@live.com

A p a r t m e n t ...................................................................................................................................................... 1 0 - 1 1 J u l e s V e r n e E x h i b i t i o n .................................................................................................................1 2 - 1 3 T h e a t r e T i c k e t B o o t h f o r T h e H o u s e o f D a n c e ......................................... 1 4 - 1 5 M e x x - S h o w r o o m & W o r k s h o p .........................................................................................1 6 - 1 7

Personal Projects C u b i c ( + ) P l u s ( F u r n i t u r e D e s i g n ) .......................................................................... 1 9 N u i t s S o n o r e s M u s i c F e s t i v a l D e s i g n C o m p e t i t i o n ..............................2 0 C a f e d e s A r t s D e s i g n C o m p e t i t i o n .............................................................................2 1

Artworks B u i l d I t U p ................................................................................................................................................... 2 3 - 2 7 M o d u l a r F o r k A r t ................................................................................................................................. 2 8 - 3 3 N o n - R e c y c l i n g C i t y ..................................................................................................................... 3 4 - 3 5

Drawings & Sketches

37 - 41


A c a d e m i c

P r o j e c t s

Kimbo Cafe Psychiatric Clinic ( Office + Apartment ) The Game Bar Laboratory DEVA L‘ E a u t o u r - T o u r i s t O f f i c e Apartment Jules Verne Exhibition Theatre Ticket Booth for The House of Dance Mexx - Showroom & Workshop


PROJECT KIMBO CAFE

CAFE KIMBO

Italian Kimbo coffee brand is one of the leader of coffee market in Europe. The company wishs to introduce an new model of selling by using the kiosks which will be place in all of the big airport in Europe. The demand of the project is to invent a new concept of kiosk surface 10m2 that represent the new image of Kimbo: professional and elegant.

NGUYEN TRAN NGOC LAM JANVIER 2008

ENCAISSE

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The concept is inspired from speed and aerodynamics which relate to atmosphere in aero port and image of aeroplanes. The kiosk has 2 elements attached to each other: The cover (black) and the counter (red). The cover created by one unique element winding around an horizontal axe. The shape is rendered with parallel horizontal and oblique lines in order give an image of dynamic and speedy.

RECEPTION

BAR

PLAN MASSE

PLAN D'AMENAGEMENT

7025 2115

236

50

385

115

237

80

445

51

229

B

210

158

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2095

B

915 267

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305 705

221

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65

249

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80 5

63

62

462

1255

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209

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109

265

242

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1065

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10 1

53 5

725

83

345

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635

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84

163

238

2625

5

276

535

7025

PLAN D'EXECUTION

COUPE B-B

PLAN D'EXECUTION INTERIEUR

COUPE A-A

FACADE A

FACADE B

FACADE C

FACADE D


OFFICE & APARTMENT CABINET PSYCHIATRIQUE

A young graduated psychiatrist wishs to set up his career in a Haussmann apartment. He want to remodel and transform the apartment into a private psychiatric clinic. The clinic has to have waiting room and treatment room separated. The circulation has to be designed specifically so entering patients and leaving patients couldn't cross each other. Occasionally, the psychiatrist has to stay the night and receive guests so the office has to be also habitable.

FOR A PSYCHIATRIST

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NGUYEN TRAN NGOC LAM SEPTEMBRE 2007

830 260

50 WC HANDICAPE 2,5m2

SALLE D'ATTENTE 14,5m2

269

81

L'AQUARIUM 1185

4

4475

8

148

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SALLE D'ATTENTE

70

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L'AQUARIUM

45 120

260

WC HANDICAPE

185

90

47

120 120

65

2 21

318

84

CUSINETTE 3m2

WC+DOUCHE 3,5m2 66

90

120

60

152

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1 030

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CUSINETTE

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333

50

90

3575

90 210

264

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70

90 210

66

50

126

A 453

H.S.P 330

363

417

BUREAU 39,5m2

580

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120 120

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30 120 120 90

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COUPE A-A

120 120

120

PLAN D'EXECUTION

30

PLAN D'AMENAGEMENT

170

COUPE B-B

880

200 120

B

50

65

30


THE GAME BAR


LABORATORY DEVA

Deva is an health care company that specialise in flower elixir product set up by Dr. Bach in 1986. The company wish to create a new laboratory in centre of an natural park in the Alps in France. The laboratory will be built on an old farm by using the initial structure, it feature 3 main function: 1. A showroom where visitor who want to learn more about flower and advantage from using flower elixir product can find out more information and explanation. 2. Director and telephone agency which are the managers of all distribution and sell service. 3. Preparation area where all commanded product delivered by managers will be mix and prepare 4.Expedition area where the products will be packaged and put on truck.

2,240 285

155 150

82

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3405

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90 210

595

37

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LOCAL TECHNIQUE 4,3m2

8

1365

30

630

8

470

50

2825

8

925

560

LOCAL TECHNIQUE

1915

8

251

251

27.153 m2

60

STANDARD TELEPHONIQUE 27m2

BUREAU DIRECTEUR 19m2

STANDARD TELEPHONIQUE

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±0.00

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SALLE DE PREPARATOIRE 38m2

983

472

SHOWROOM 35m2

SALLE DE PREPARATOIRE

WC SHOWROOM

330

388

158

2785

765

90 210

H.S.P 345

75 210

520

8

282

PAVE DE VERRE 3mm

SALLE DE REPOSE WC

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102

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90 12 210

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SALLE DE REPOSE 342 17m2

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EXPEDITION

EXPEDITION 13m2

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BUREAU DIRECTEUR 1835

50

155 150

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155 150

150 210

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3405

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20

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BASSIN 37

-40.00 1875

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97

3605

1,108 2,240

PLAN D'AMENAGEMENT

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PLAN D'EXECUTION

70

120

345

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FAUX PLAFOND 5mm

100

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0,385 m2

PAVE DE VERRE 3mm

22

-40.00

COUPE A-A

405

95

±0.00

FACADE PRINCIPAL


EAUTOUR TRAVEL AGENCY Eautour is a travel agency specialising in water involving destination such as islands, oceans, waterfalls ... The company wish to apply a new method to approach costumers by combine traveling and learning about water nature. They want to transform a old property in centre Paris into an "Agency + Exhibition". The new agency which has the concept relating to water features 2 functions: 1. A tourist office with reception, manager office, storage and necessary accessories for a tourist business . 2. A small educative museum which help people to understand and discover more about water. The exhibition feature objects, artefacts collected from different places, pictures and documents, media documents, science and geographic articles about water and destinations.


PROJECT APARTMENT

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The site is an very unusual location, being on the edge of the hill, the apartment has 3 levels which the last level is under ground, the only entrance from the road to the building is on the top level. It's not able to change the structure. 2625

406

10

390

Top floor : living room, American kitchen and toilet

190

563

Middle floor : master bed room with bathroom and toilet 2625

30

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190

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135

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Bottom floor: office, two bedrooms, sharing bathroom, toilet and boundary

Top Floor:

The top floor is an open space feature living room, with American kitchen and dining room. The 3 spaces connect to each other without any internal walls permit a free circulation and profit the maximum natural lights from windows on the 2 side. In front of the kitchen counter is a system of mechanical gears combine with light screen, a piece of art designed for the husband’s passion but is integrated into the house and become an decorative element.

1. Entrance 2. Lounge 3. American kitchen 4. Dining space 5. Wc 6. Stair to below levels 7. Stair to above levels 1

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ETAGE +1 3

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ETAGE 0

HSP 261

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paroire en verre

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ETAGE -1

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125

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349

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ETAGE -2 55

Circulations between spaces are organized by following the position and orientation of the stair. All the circulation in the house is reduced to minimum in order to increase living space to a maximum. In order to illuminate the bottom floor which is completely in obscure , the middle floor is cut on the two side which close to the windows. That permits light to enter the office and the two bedrooms on the bottom floor.

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Using the existing structure to divide the house into little space, then I apply the program of the apartment to these spaces by following the logical relation between the use of these living spaces. The internal divisions are basically set on the initial structure and fit with the orientation of the stair.

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The wife travels a lot, she understand her husband's passion but when she come home, she wants space for them.

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A living room American kitchen One master bed room with bathroom and toilet Two small bedrooms for guests and their future children A bathroom to share An office

The husband love mechanical toy, he has a big collection which is a part of his life

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The client of the project is a young modern couple. The man is a graphic designer, the women is an air hostess. The couple have bought an apartment which is part of an old building on the hill and they want to transform it into their future home. The project brief includes :

Entrance

1 0535


Middle floor:

The whole middle floor is reserved for the main bedroom and the bathroom. This master space is designed for the perfect comfort and atmosphere. The bed room illuminate by windows on one side of the building with entrance, a small library, small lounge, wardrobes space. The contemporizing bathroom illuminate by windows from the other side of the building with large shower and bath tub.

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1. Entrance and library 2. Coffe lounge 3. Make up table 4. Bed and media 5. Wardrobes space 6. Bath room and toilet 7. Shower

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ENTRANCE

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5325

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80

242

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125

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465

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HSP 236 15

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pavier de verre avec structure metalique 507

755

2285

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placard amovible en 2 etages

80

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45

1425

placard amovible en l'etage et celle au dessous

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1645

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paroire en verre

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100

417

745

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paroire en verre

110

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1955

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The bottom floor has a big problem with illumination because of the fact that it is underground. However, I manage to resolve this problem for 3 important space which are the 2 bedroom and the office. With the slab of the middle floor is cut on the 2 side near by the window, these spaces can profit light come from windows on the middle floor. Circulation in this floor is reduce to minimum in order to increase living space surfaces.

2005

100

330

15 1425 135

5 2175

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165 40

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101

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pavier de verre avec structure metalique

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Bottom Floor 1. Office 2. Boudary 3. Bathroom 4. Toilet 5. Second bedroom 6. Guest room 7. Storage

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pavier de verre avec structure metalique

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357 98

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dall de verre au plafond avec structure metalique

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HSP 236

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pavier de verre avec structure metalique

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la table mecanique

431

925

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l'etage amovible entre l'etage et celle au dessus

paroire en verre

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8

ML

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4235

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J U L E S

V E R N E

E X H I B I T I O N

To celebrate the 2009 Jules Verne Festival, an event recognising the achievements of the famous French author who played a major role in the creation of the science fiction genre, an exhibition about his work will be held. The remit of the project is to create an exhibition space inside an L-shaped area within a small, old Haussmann building. The exhibition will feature a collection of hand-written novels by Jules Verne and these must be protected and displayed to the public behind glass. Only copy versions will be available to read. There are also documents and reviews by various critics of Jules Verne’s work. There will be a multimedia area featuring audio-video documentaries, music and films related to his novels and, finally, a model area displaying models and sculptures inspired by the machines and vehicles described in Jules Verne’s stories.

The concept places emphasis on the three principal natural elements which are dominant in Jules Verne’s novels, namely space, wind and water. The three elements function as a whole and cannot be separated. They interact and influence each other. The aim of the project is to use the three elements to create a unique space and to enable circulation with ease and continuity to guide visitors through the world of Jules Verne.

Space is represented as a network of elements which influence one another in a three dimensional form as the basic element in the creation of the cosmos: atoms.

The wind, an invisible element, is visually illustrated by the fact that it blows through the network of elements bringing velocity and dynamism to the exhibition space.

As water is the foundation element which motivates the other two elements, it provides fluidity to make the exhibition space light and fluid.

The exhibition will be within a small L-shaped Haussmann building located in a historic area. There is only one entrance and no modification of any part of the structure of the building is permitted. The existing column structure of the building already divides the space into two parts. Given the confined nature of the exhibition space, the ability of visitors to circulate poses some problems. I decided to create a single direction circulation by incorporating an L-shaped separation form along the length of the building. This internal wall reconnects the two dividing parts of the building and defines the entrance and exit to the exhibition. The external walls and columns will be covered by internal walls to create an integral space.


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The exhibition has a science fiction look – dynamic and fluid. On entering, the visitor approaches a reception and small retail area. The beginning of the tour is emphasised by the main feature of the architecture – the wall of three elements on the left. Visitors will be guided through all the stories, biographies of Jules Verne, illustrations, drawings, model displays and the hand-written novels. Nearing the exit the visitor will find the copy versions of the Verne novels and the multimedia documentary. Every element in the exhibition – the display window, internal walls, lighting and the arrangements to guide visitors through the physical space of the exhibition – have been created to create the flow and dynamic of the concept.

1 - Reception 2 - Small retail 3 - Graphic display, stories and biography 4 - Model area 5 - Conservation of ancient novels 6 - Multimedia area

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JULES VERNE EXPOSITION

SECTION B-B

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PLAN

SECTION C-C

SECTION A-A


PROJECT THEATRE TICKET BOOTH FOR

THE

HOUSE

OF

DANCE The demand of the project is to create a micro architecture about 10m2 and up to 7m height in the square in front of the "La Maison de la Danse" which features 2 functions: a permanent symbolizing sculpture for "La Maison de la Danse" and also a temporary ticket booth for La Biennal de la Danse every 2 years. the site is quite a long and empty place surround by trees, a walking path from a big junction to the theatre is kept between 2 avenues. This large and empty space creates a dominating horizontal vision which leads to the only existing element: the dancing house. The aim of the project is to represent a small scale theatrics and movement in this micro architecture.

La maison de la danse (house of dance) is an theatre in 8th district Lyon, France which is now the leader organisation of contemporizing dancing in Rhône-Alpes province. Being created in 1980, it was a part of Croix-Rousse theatre until 1992 to be moved to the 8th district. Since 1984 it organise La biennale de la dance (dancing festival every 2 years) which is one of the most important international contemporizing dancing festivals.

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Dance is an art of movement of the body which depends on particular accord between space and time. These series of movement are generated by an energy taken from the ground by the legs and transmitted through the hip to the body. The dancing micro architecture is inspired from movements of a dancer, it moves, it turns, jumping and landing, it consists of dynamism and balance. The concept is to study the important relevant form of a dancing body in order to apply these dynamic forms into a static sculpture. It features lying basement, bending, twisting body and free top.

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The ticket booth has two elements which are the shell and the booth attaching to each other. The shell is created by 3 different wings which are folded and twisted together. These 3 wings are connected to the floor and their bodies are connected to the ticket booth which help them remain balanced and stability. The end of the 3 wings which is exposed to the wind are maintained stable by a cross.

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5105 260

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Dynamic and theatrical, the ticket booth is like a twisting body dancing in the middle of the square. The decorative elements on the ground surrounding the ticket booth emphasise the impression on the origin force which comes from the ground. At the night, the edge of these elements are covered by self illuminating paints which turn the ticket booth into a dynamic turbulence.

3925 2335

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M E X X - S H OW R O O M

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W O R K S H O P

Mexx was merged from two popular clothing brands - "Moustache" for men and "Emanuelle" for women. That gives M (from Moustache) + E (fromEmanuelle) + XX (an abbreviation for "kiss kiss" ) to create MEXX.

The site is a rectangular surface 20 x 10 x 8 located on one of the busiest commercial pedestrian street in Lyon. The program of the project feature 4 important function: 1. Showroom with storage 2. Design workshop 3. Manager office 4. Occasional catwalk stage

The term fashion was created for clothes at the end of the 15th century, in any definition of fashion we find a strong link with time. Time was measured by cycles which repeat such as weeks, months, years etc, in the Mexx atelier et showroom project, I looked for a natural and simple design, I used the term season and minimalism as my concept. The aim of the project is to use the long vertical and horizontal lines to turn the interior space into an exterior space where it permits to highlight the idea seasons which connects with trend in fashion.

The building contains 2 level with long horizontal and vertical spaces, the first level include exhibition space and design workshop, the second level take just nearly a half of the surface is where the manager office locates. The 2/3 of the roof is made by glass, in order to illuminate the interior by natural light, the amount of the light entering the building is control by a system of roof curtain. The showroom is highlight by an artificial tree in the middle of a “decorative hole”, this combination permit to generate the transformable ambiance in order to satisfy the concept of every collection. The façade of the building has just 3 vertical narrow and long curtain windows which give the view directly on the tree like a minimalist painting , it is aim to keep the piece, calm and natural ambiance from the noisy busy of the commercial street, however it also create the curiosity in pedestrian passing in front of the building in order to invite them, people follow beautiful thing that they cannot have it entirely.

Secretaire office Stair to the roof Director manager’s office

Coffe lounge Kitchen

Design workshop

Stair to 2nd floor

Showroom Storage

Changing room


The combination between the artificial tree permit to create an variety range of changeable atmosphere in order to match with any fashion collection.

Occasionally the showroom can be turned into a catwalk, the functional organization of the building not only permits a catwalk stage connected to the changing room but also keeps a private corridor connected between changing room, storage and the design workshop.


P e r s o n a l

P r o j e c t s

Cubic (+) Plus Nuits Sonores Music Festival Design Competition Cafe des Arts Design Competition


C U B I C (+) Furniture Design

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Cubic (+) is a concept of modular furniture which is simple, cheap and have wide range of use. The concept is simply using already made modules in a wide range of colour to create a variety of furniture. These identical modules of 40cm x 40cm x 20cm are covered by magnetic in 2 ways on the 2 outer sides and on the 2 profiles. These modules can be attached to each other in order to create chairs, table, shield ...

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NUITS SONORES FESTIVAL MUSIC DESIGN COMPETITION

Nuits sonores is an electronic and indie music festival organized by amateur musicians every year in Lyon France. The 2008 festival is sponsored by my school of art and a competition is launched among the school to create a new concept of scenography: musical innovative - economical.

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The concept of the scenography base on the column created by scaffolding and pallets. These column are illuminated with colour lights from the inside. The scenography is create by colour of lights and shadows.

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CAFE DES ARTS DESIGN COMPETITION

Cafe des arts design competition is organised by ENSAL(Ecole superieur d'architecture de Lyon) with the aim of remodelling the cafe in order to provide a better service. The 150 m2 location belong to the building with both access from the interior court and exterior court. The cafe-bar open from 12:00-14:00 and 18:00-23:00 to serve lunch and drink. Objective of the project is to fix the dysfunction of the use and security and provide a flexibility for diver activities. The project brief includes 4 main areas:

Preparation area

Drink storage B.D.E office

1.

Preparation area for maximum 2 people preparing food. This area has to be isolated from public access however it provides a direct communication with staff in the bar.

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Drink storage where all of the drink for the week will be stored with easy access for delivery and collection of bottles.

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A bar for 2 people working.

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Mezzanine for B.D.E office: is the headquarter of student organisation. It organises student events in the university. An area with desk and reunion table and place for archive.

Interior eccess

With 2 access from 2 two side, the cafe plays the role of a bridge connect interior and exterior. In order not to corrupt this continuity of space and light, the mezzanine will be located on the side of entrance from interior court and the bar will stick to one of the 2 other wall and connect to the mezzanine in the corner by the stair. This organization which can be can be expanded to the exterior court permits an open space that is flexible to organize activities such as concert, exposition, party... The cafe and the B.D.E office are illuminated by natural light from the 2 side of the building. The working area of the bar lying along the wall and divide into 2 part with the drink storage locates on the exterior access in order to simplify delivery. .

Exterior eccess

CAFE DES ARTS CONCOURS A L'ECOLE ARCHITECTURE DE LYON 2eme PRIX NGUYEN TRAN NGOC LAM AVRIL - 2008

Accurate view inside the cafe with the ramp to access to B.D.E office on the mezzanine, the bar in front of the access from exterior and the preparation area in the corner. The cafe is disorganized and dysfunctional.

COUR INTERIEUR

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BUREAU B.D.E

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ARCHIVE

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BAR

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View from the entrance under the mezzanine. The cafe is simple and light. The front of the bar is a decorative element which is made by a collection of more than 200 water plastic recycled bottles. The display shows the bottom of these bottles piled on each other and illumination from behind.

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FACADE DE LA COUR EXTERIEUR

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A r t w o r k Build It Up Modular Fork Art Non - Recycling City


BUILD IT UP The storyboard tell the story of cube bounces up a stairs. At every step it makes, it creates colourful cubes and syllable. The colourful cubes turn into building and infrastructure, the syllables turn into people and vegetal, all together they build up a civilisation. My art work, which is combined between photography and visual communication, represents my vision about the stair as a construction element of high achievement.


Modular Fork Art My fork art demonstrates the possibility of creating art forms by using repeating modules. The concept is using alignment, rotation and keeping exactly the same distant relation between any two modules. By selecting different angles and perspectives to photograph, we arrive to very different shapes and structures.


NON - RECYCLING CITY Vision of the future is presented through my art work. As a result of lack of energy and material, human in the future has to collect and reuse everything without capability of transforming or recycling. The model represents the confluence area in Lyon by using components from and old computer.


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Lam Nguyen Tran Portfolio 2006 - 2009