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PORTFOLIO 2019

LaurĂŠline Lhuillier

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working report measurING the functions of public open spaces for various vulnerable social profiles across spatial and temporal scales. IT also considers the synergies and trade-offs that exist within in a specific context and ultimately inform the (re)design of public open space and its potential role in meeting urban resilience needs.

The framework was tested at 3 public spaces in Barcelona, first gathering contextual information of each space with a desk review and then interviewing patrons. The interviews were then mapped to illustrate how different social groups perceive the functions of the public space.

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Developed with the Barcelona City Resilience Office and awaiting publication, this preliminary framework assessment tool informs practitioners and policy-makers on public open space functions as they relate to urban resilience characteristics, especially in regards to vulnerable groups. The perception wheel tool enables the visualization of both practitioner and user perceived functions within the social, environmental, and economic dimensions of resilience. Backed by literary review, the framework identifies 12 functions and 30 resilience challenges, informing tables that identify synergies, trade-offs, assets, and shortcomings between functions and resilience challenges for users and practitioners.

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Informing the Design of Public Open Space as it relates to urban resilience challenges

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QUINTA-URBANA ‘‘la méquanique du sol’’ Final project in collaboration with Coralie Barthe tutors: Nicolas Simon & Réza Azard Master 2 - feb.- june 2017 Graduated with honors

Design with water revitalizing historical neglected heritage to leverage local economy and enhance community resilience

Lisbon from the ‘Ponte de 25 Abril’’

Almada from the ‘‘Ponte de 25 Abril’’

I_A declining post-industrial city in front of a florishing Lisbon Lisbon, capital of Portugal, survived to economical crises and is now expanding its urbanism along the Tage river, developping the all city to cope with mass tourism increase. The inhabitants are forced to leave their city due to higher property prices. In front, on the opposite riverside, a post-industrial city named Almada is decreasing, its empty buildings wait for new inhabitants. Whereas the city is located at 5min only by ferry from Lisbon it does not attract the population of the capital. How to give a new breath to the South coastline of the river? II_A productive local place to create an attractive place The project of the Quinta-urbana is located in Almada, in a particular and unique landscape. Situated in the Tage estuary between the riverside, where were developed shipping and food industries, and the agricultural lands. The site is rich of its nature which has been protected for centuries by its steep cliff.

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Fishermen on the wharf in Almada

La Quinta-Urbana is a project which re-use former buildings now abandoned: industries, castel, monastery ... to develop new local activities unabled by new productive spaces. Nine linked projects are developed along the three kilometers of the site. The overall project is designed taking care of the local economic context. The materials of the industrial ruins in the site (broken tiles, azulejos ...) are re-used for the projects. Build the minimum to create a maximum effect was the guideline. The core element of the project is the water system. The first need for a place to rebirth is water and light. In each project and in different ways, the water is brought to let new activities grow in old buildings. Each intervention is developed to create new attractive places of local productions providing work to inhabitants. Ribeira das Naus, Kiosq terrace 6

Wharf, Quinta do Ginjal


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Étalement urbain : 1950

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Délimitation des îles 1

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L’ÉCOLE HORTICOLE Chateau Almaraz, Quinta-Urbana Historique : - VIII siècle, apparition des premiers murs du chateau durant l’ocuupation musulmane - 1147, récupération du bâtis durant l’époque de la Reconquête Chrétienne de la Péninsule Ibérique - Du XVe siècle à aujourd’hui, construction de la forteresse et de la muraille durant l’époque de D. Manuel I. Aujourd’hui les locaux sont inutilisés mais la Garde Civile Républicaine a pris place dans trois batiments construits sur une dalle en béton au sein du Château

LE MARAICHAGE Parry & Son, Quinta-Urbana Historique : H. Parry & Son, Hugh Parry et George Oakley 1860-1986 maximum de travailleurs : 1294 en 1970 deux sites : Ginjal et Cacilhas Les usines de Parry & Son étaient utilisées pour la fabrication d’huile de foie de morue. Nationalisé en 25 avril 1974 Fermetures : 1938 Ginjal, 1986 Cacilhas.

Maison de l’Auteur Romeu Correia, mort en 1996, figure importante de la la municipalité d’Almada.

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Cabanon pour fouille arquélogique en cours. Le site n’est pas encore accessible au public, mais les trouvailles sont exposées au Musée Archéologique d’Olho de Boi

Les locaux de la Mairie ont élus domicile dans les batiments du centre historique de la ville, aux alentours du Chateau Almaraz.

Barre de logements datant des années 60. Comme le reste de la ville, le bâtiment se vide de ces habitants d’années en années.

Le Jardin Botanique complète la Cerca d’un parc d’expérimentatio retrouve tout type de végétation.

GNR, Posto Territorial de Almada le sol de l’ancien Chateau a été réhaussé, trois batiments y ont été construit pour accueillir les locaux de la Garde Nationale.

La Casa da Cerca, Centre d’Art Contemporain, ouvre ses portes en 1993. Elle accueillent les familles d’Almada les weekends. Ce lieu récemment rénové n’attire pourtant pas la foule escomptée, en effet plus des trois quart des visiteurs résident à Almada. Et ce lieu bien qu’unique reste inconnu aux populations environnantes.

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LES BAINS PUBLICS Cais do Ginjal, Quinta-Urbana

LA CONCHYLICULTURE Cais do Ginjal, Quinta-Urbana

Historique : - au XIXe siècle, des usines de glaces pour ravitailler les navires prend place dans le complexe bâti. - dès l’arrivée de la désindustrialisation, les industries ferment et fin des années 80, le lieu est laissé à l’abandon.

Historique : H. Parry & Son, Hugh Parry et George Oakley 1860-1986 maximum de travailleurs : 1294 en 1970 deux sites : Ginjal et Cacilhas Demande de construction navale augmente sensiblement dans les années 1893. Nationalisé en 25 avril 1974 Fermetures : 1938 Ginjal, 1986 Cacilhas.

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L’Elevador Panoramico da Boca do Vento a été inauguré en Juin 2000. il permet de connecter la ville haute historique et les berges du Cais do Ginjal. Ouvert de 8:00 à 20:00, il vous en coutera 1 euro l’allé-retour.

Le musée Naval cible l’histoire d Tejo. L’expension da y est mis en s En 2011, l’asso Musée Naval (a industries) dema site.

Le Jardim do Rio inauguré lui aussi en Juin 2000, propose un espace vert à flanc de falaise.

La Fonta da Pipa était durant les périodes coloniales et industrielles un lieu de ravitaillement en eau douce pour tous les navigateurs qui s’arrêtaient sur la Rive-Sud. L’ensemble des habitants de l’arrière ville venaient eux aussi s’approvisionner en eau ici. Avec l’expension massive de la ville dans les années 40, les ressources en eaux ont été dévié et plus d’eau ne sort de cette fontaine érigée en 1736 sur demande de D. João V.

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Cristo Rei, Quinta-Urbana

Seminário Maior de São Paulo, Quinta-Urbana

- Une des réserves en eaux usées est enterrée ici. 21 000 m sont purifié avant d’être déversé dans le fleuve

Historique : - 1730 couvent de S. Paulo - Depuis quelques années, le monastère n’est plus utilisé laissant la porte close à tous.

Le Sanctuaire de Cristo Rei s’élance sur 110 mètres de haut regardant Lisbonne depuis 1959. Grâce à son belvédère, de nombreux touristes traversent le Tage pour regarder Lisbonne qui s’étend sur la rive opposée.

Les écuries seront réaménagés en locaux pour permettre l’exploitation des terres qui l’entourent. En analysant le territoire, le sol dévoilent un lit d’une ancienne rivière asséchée. Afin d’éviter l’écoulement brutale des eaux de pluie, un travail du sol est mis en place pour canaliser et rediriger l’eau.

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L’AIRE NAUTIQUE Olho de Boi, Quinta-Urbana Historique : - 1838, Quinta, habitation et entrepôts Les bâtiments qui sont encore visibles sur le site d'Olho de Boi datent du XIXe et XXe siècles, ils appartenaient de l'ancienne Compagnie portugaise de la pêche (CPP), le temps n'a pas fait disparaitre les murs bâtiments. Une partie de cette zone appartenait au comte de Sao Lourenço. - Compahnia Portuguesa de Pesca (CPP) 1922-1984 max. travailleurs : 833 en 1970 Ils construisent les infrastructures nécessaire pour réceptionner et distribuer du Bacalhau ainsi que pour la maintenance de leurs bateaux. Entre l’Olho de Boi et Fonte da Pipa, le quai permettait aux bateaux de se ravitailler en eau douce. Elle fonctionne jusqu'au début du XXe siècle. Dans les années 1920, il passe aux mains de la CPP. Cette entreprise détient alors des espace qui avançaient sur le Tage dédiés aux ateliers et à ses entrepôts. Les déchargements se faisaient par la plateforme supportée par des piliers. - fermeture du site en 1986

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Quinta da Arealva, Quinta-Urbana Historique : - 1700, fours de fabrication pour de la brique et des tuiles en terre cuite chapelle de S. Joao Baptista de Arealva - 1766, entreprise viticole - fermeture du site en 1984

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Public bath, Cais do Ginjal Bassins de déversement

Historically : ice packs industry for trading vessels in the XIXth century Transformation: use water to create public bath in these old buildings « The children are dreaming to take a bath. The public baths of the Quinta are their favorite playground. Once the entrance passed, they run between the diferent pools. In this maze, it become imposible to gather them. Some of them prefer the waterfalls between the pools, others play hide and seek and jump from one floor to another to find the best hidding place.»

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Local Market, Seminario de Sao Paulo

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Historically : 1730 convent of Sao Paulo Transformation: Local market « This old monastery became a meeting place. All the generations are gathered here, producters, sellers, clients meet eachother each week for the market. Under the shade of the climbing vegetation which emit rich perfumes, an old lady is watching the general efusion as if it was a theater scene. Harassed by the heat and the noise of the visiters, she falls asleep and, at her awaking, the market place is empty. [...] At the center water mirrors reflect the archs of the cloister corridor. Contemplating these sweet reflects, the old lady let herself go to fantasizing »

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CASA MEXICANA

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SAYA + Arquitectos - Mexico in collaboration with arq. Felix Sanchez Master 2 - Internship: oct. 2016 - feb.2017

Santa María Citendeje

San Juan Coajomulco

San Miguel Tenoch�tlan Agricultura

The semi-rural house type is 22% of the Mexican habitat. Largely present in the Mexican territory, 26 millions of people live in cities smaller than 2500 inhabitants. How to build rural and social houses following the traditions and the cultural knowledge of building?

SAN FELIPE DEL PROGRESO

Regarding the urban scale, we chose to densify villages to avoid urban sprawl and constitute dynamic centres. Nearest from the centre, streets will be created into split the agricultural lots in tinier entities.

TIPO 1: terreno rural en zona urbana TIPO 2 : terreno rural cerca de cuerpos de agua ejemplos del proyecto en conjunto centros urbanos

MORELOS

JOCOTITLAN

IXTLAHUACA

From the inhabitant to the territory is a program lead by Infonavit, which proposes to design a type of economic housing corresponding to the climate and the traditions of each region of Mexico. Called to imagine housings for the state of Mexico, in the municipality of Jocotitlan, the objective is to link social, cultural and economic challenges in one design.

San�ago Yeche JIQUIPILCO

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TAPA.C _ ENSAMBLE Y DISEÑO ARQUITECTÓNICO

ETAPA.C _ ENSAMBLE Y DISEÑO ARQUITECTÓNICO

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Municipio de Jocotitlan, site visit

City of Santiago de Yeche, urban settlement


Designed with REVIT

A modular home Reinterprating the local traditions of the way of building and living, designing a sustainable house with the lower costs possible, are the aims to build a house that corresponds to the locals. During the dry and warm season the house needs to protect from the sun, whereas the cold and rainy season is favourable to the water collection. The different rooms of the house are split in modules which separate the uses: sleep, eat, live, work... Organised around an outdoor patio which connect them all, it keeps the traditional connection with the outside that the local population always had. This modularity let the possibility to build two, three, four or more modules depending on the needs and the budget of each family. Each module as a surface of 17,2 m2 . The modularity allows to extend the house in the future when the family grows or when they want to add a workstudio in the same house.

ILUMINAR

LIGHT

VENTILAR CON EL PATIO

NATURAL VENTILATION

RECUPERAR EL AGUA

WATER RECOVERY

PROTEGER

SUN PROTECTION

4.15

Bioclimatic concept

taller

4.15

ETAPA 0 MÓDULO MINIMAL

ETAPA 1 PRIMER MÓDULO

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

ETAPA 2 MÓDULO COMPLETO

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

PATIO

modules uses ETAPA 3 -Different CRECIMIENTO 1

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

RECAMARA

PATIO

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

RECAMARA

PATIO

RECAMARA RECAMARA

Groundfloor plan, 4 modules house

o SALA

SALA

34 m2

51 m2

SALA

68 m2

o TALLER

85 m2

Modularity

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ELEMENTOS DE PAÍSAJE

T���� • Consolidación y compactación de los poblados • Atención a la vivienda rural asis�da. • Promover el diseño de módulos habitables alineados en torno a un pa�o al aire libre. • Iniciar un proceso de sostentabilidad. Empezando por captación de agua pluvial y su aprovechamiento. Manejo de calentadores solares y materiales eco-sustentables como adoblocks y bovedillas.

Economy and materiality

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MOBILIARIO

PERSPECTIVAS

Arból frutal

• Efec�vos en poblados rurales, no conurbados, aislados. Para consolidar las parcelas, sean solares urbanos, comunales, ejidales o de propiedad social; se intentará una traza ordenada que permita la subdivisión de la �erra y ofrezca lotes y servicios 10,000 m2, 5,000, 2,500, 1,000 y el mínimo de 500 m2 con un frente mínimo de 16 metros. • Diseño de la calle ya sea con paramentos con�nuos a con espacio libre hacia los lados, pero siempre iniciando respetando el posible crecimiento hacia atrás. • Diseño de la casa. Serán casas de un piso que faciliten la autoconstrucción. En su versión final con un pa�o al centro, rodeado de 4 cuartos ligados por el pa�o. En su primera versión con 2 cuartos de 17 m2 cada uno, en su úl�ma versión con 5 cuartos y con una superficie de 85m2. En todas las versiones se puede tener un taller, comercio, o un local de renta.

Besides the economical advantage, the materials use for the house must correspond to the tradition of construction in the region. Red clay bricks and concrete are available localy and does not need any specialized workforce. To be affordable all theHuerto basics furnitures are designed ETAPAS DE LA CASA using galvanized pipes.

Este proceso incluyente con la par�cipación de la comunidad debe ser replicable en su esencia a lo largo y ancho del país.

ETAPA 0 MÓDULO MINIMAL

ETAPA 1 PRIMER MÓDULO

ETAPA 2 MÓDULO COMPLETO

CLOSET

CAMA

ETAPA 3 - CRECIMIENTO 1

MESA

SERVICIO

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

RECAMARA

PATIO

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

RECAMARA

PATIO

Macetas

SERVICIO

RECAMARA

RECAMARA

PATIO

RECAMARA RECAMARA

Vigueta y dovela acabado aparente

Vigueta y dovela acabado aparente

o SALA

SALA

34 m2

51 m2

SALA

68 m2

o TALLER

85 m2

MUEBLE DE BAÑO

Seto

MODULOS

4.15

Dovela taller

Limite calle/propriedad

“U” de block

“U” de block

4.15

CORTES Y FACHADAS

REGADERÁ

LÁMPARA

MATERIALES Y ACABADOS

Dovela

Adoblock (red clay brieck)

Vigueta y dovela acabado aparente

Ventana de madera

C.F

CORTE TRANVERSAL

Ventana de madera

Adoblock

“U” de block

Cemento pulido (polished concrete) Muro de adoblock cemento arena Cemento pulido acabado aparente

C.F

CORTE LONGITUDINAL

Cemento ciclopeo

Ventana de madera

Muro de adoblock cemento arena acabado aparente

Muro de adoblock cemento arena acabado aparente Cimentación cimiento ciclopeo Piso de cemento pulido color integral juntas frías

Cimentación cimiento ciclopeo

Cemento cilopeo (concrete)

Piso de cemento pulido color integral juntas frías

C.F

Facade section and its materiality

FACHADA DESDE LA CALLE

ESCALA: 1/100

CORTE POR FACHADA

ESCALA: 1/20

CASA _ CORTES

Cimentación de cimiento ciclopeo Piso de cemento pulido color integral juntas frías

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ETAPA.C _ ENSAMBLE Y DISEÑO ARQUITECTÓNICO

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itorio al habitante


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OMEYOCAN Dellekamp Arquitectos - Mexico contest - october 2017

This is a piece of land in front of the Pacific coast, near to Los Cabos in Baja California. This is a sandy lot with an important steep falling falling into the sea. How to settle a hotel in such a rich natural context without denaturing the site? In such a unique landscape, our choice was to integrate at its maximum the building elements. Spread over the landscape with compacted soil walls, all the units are merging into the soil.

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The architect has to be the worker of nature Etienne Louis BoulĂŠe


Pool-terrace and its restaurant facing the horizon

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C U B E

C U B E

2

41.5 m²

Interior

61.5 m²

Terrace

20 m²

Terrace

20 m²

C U B E

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1

Interior

3

C U B E

4

Interior

61.5 m²

Interior

82 m²

Terrace

20 m²

Terrace

20 m²


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IN HOUSE Dellekamp Arquitectos - Mexico februray 2018 - Contest 2nd postition

The City of Mexico keeps growing and need to be densified. A vacant small plot is selected to receive 25 housings in the centre of the city. How to design collective housings with the qualities of an indivdual house?

HOUSING UNIT

= ‘‘ GOLDEN BUBBLE’’ privacity + exclusivity

Exclusivity

Materiality

Quality

L a r g e space

Doble height

04

Security

Natural light Private garden

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01

SITE

02

MAXIMUM HEIGHT : 26M

03

B E S T V I E W A N D P R I VA C Y

04 ONE GARDEN-TERRACE/UNIT


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E

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T1

T2

T1

B

F

J

T1

T2

T3

C

G

K

T2

T2

T2

D

H

T1

T3


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BIM PROJECT #Lévitation 1

BLOC : Nusery

ENSAV - Master 2 - 2015 tutor: Nadia Hoye, Fabien Duchène urban part with: Benoit Klingebiel, Laura Genault

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TOWER: bike store

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How Building Information Modeling (BIM) can help us to design in a sustainable way?

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This project combines two advanced software: Archicad (Building Information Modeling program) and ArchiWizzard (real-time 3D energy simulation) to address a challenging topic of our time: sustainability.

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The buildings of the lot in the13th borough of Paris was built in the 60’. The approach for its transformation is to refurbish the three existing buildings and activate the ground floor level with a new organization and programation to make it more lively. Three materialities, wood, stone and glass, define the three renewed buildings. A new skin is added to envelop tower. The openings are enlarged and a hanging structure carries balconies which increase each apartment surface.

Existant plot 150 apartments

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destruction 3000m2 refurbishment 9600m2 new construction 5500m2

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To lbi ac

7 8 6

LINE: Co-working

STRATÉGIE

1- administration 2 to 4 - children rooms 5- shop 6- meeting rooms 7- entertainment room 8- working spaces Public groundfloor public facilities RDC PUBLIC Jardin, crèche, commerces, co-working

Public groundfloor garden and public path


Designed with ArchiCAD + Illustrator

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existant

project

roof, hanging structure system

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Section with perspective view, detail


Designed with ArchiCAD + Photoshop

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SMART-CAMPUS Wilmotte & Associés - Paris Master 2 - Internship: fev.- june 2016 Closed competitions, won

HEC Paris Campus is a ‘‘micro-city’’ of 138 acres wooded park settled since 1964, at twenty kilometres south from Paris. How to propose a masterplan to restructure the ageing Campus and to give him a new strengh? Create a centrality seems essential in a Campus where the existing buildings are very spread out. The main axis will have in its centre a large circular building called the Agora. Heart of the project, the Agora will become a mark point for students and teachers. A secondary axis will expand from it, structuring all the future interventions and linking the different entites of the campus. The master plan, far from any ‘‘tabula-rasa’’ propose a soft and ambitious approach for each building, new or refurbished.

Connections wiith the public transport network and the future international Campus of Saclay

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Master plan of the campus


roof plan

The Agora, heart of the project

1st floor

ground floor plan The Agora, heart of the master plan

Model for the competition , personally in charge

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UNITA TU-Darmstadt - Erasmus - Master 1 - 2014 tutor: Pr. Peter Gotsch, Markus Kaltenbach with: Samuel Beckers, Natalia Liuzzi

In the city of Frankfurt, a whole plot will be devoted to host refugees. The project creates public facilities to integrate this arriving population into the existing city life. Trying to break up the barriers which the language raises up between the refugees and the inhabitants of Frankfurt and install a “wordless� communication between them, the project will develop two main fields: food and sport. Food is a way of sharing and can become a starting point for communication. Spaces are designed for the refugees to cook specialities from their countries of origin. The restaurant allows them to work and to share a part of their culture with others. Sport, furthermore, enables interactions between the refugees themselves and the local community.

SITUATION PLAN

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SITE PLAN


SEMI-PRIVATE Floor' residents PRIVATE Residents SEMI-PUBLIC Block' residents 110 m2

PUBLIC

STEPS OF PRIVACY 60 m2

APARTMENT

90 m2

STUDIO

18 m2

38 m 2

GROUND PLAN

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TU-Darmstadt - Erasmus - Master 1 - 2014 tutor: Pr. Anne-Joppien, Tim Bialucha, Mathias Schmit

At the Stubaier Glacier, Tyrol in Austria, the challenge is to sensibilize the widest public possible to the melting of the Galcier. The site situated below the ski station is a place where mutliple flows intertwine. The ‘‘Gletsherachiv’’ create exterior public places to provide activity to the bottom of the station. These three exterior platforms also make the transition between the outside space of leasures and the inside dedicated to the awareness on climate change. ACCESSIBILITY

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communication SITE PLAN 40

exchange 3 ZONES

concentration


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B

A’

A

B‘

PLAN

SECTION AA’ 42


1. Cover metal 2. Concrete paving slab 3. Steam barrier 4. Isolation 5. Concrete 6. Double-glassed 7. Window 8. Under-floor heating

A. Bay window B. Carrier pillar of concrete C. Steel Panel

WALL DETAIL

SECTION BB’ 43


P32_LOGEMENTS

COLLECTIFS

LHUILLIER LAUREL

EXPERIMENT DENSITY

PARCELLE 27_Kim-Lou Monier/Mathias Lefebvre/Margaux Lyonnet

Atelier de Benjamin Colboc/Alexandre J

ENSAV - Bachelor - 2014 tutor: Benjamin Colboc, Alexandre Jonvel with: Kim-Lou Monier, Margaux Lyonnet , Mathias Lefebvre

URBAN CO-DESIGN - PART 1 Working by four on one a squared block, the challenge is to create the largest quality housing offer possible integrating the block to the city and to its edging buildings constructed in the meanwhile. A large offer of public activities are settled in the slab to activate it. The slab also create terraces in height which gives points of views on the park.

A’

A

PLAN DE SITUATION 1/2000ème PROXIMITÉ DU PARC

edges the park

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VUE POUR TOUS

view for all

PLAN MASSE 1/500ème DENSIFIER

densify

UNIFIER LE PROJET

unify

EFFACER LES LIMITES DU SOCLE

erase the platform borders

ACTIVER LE SOCLE

activate the platform


COLLECTIVE HOUSING DESIGN - Part II

How to give to tower housings diversity and quality?

The tower opens towards the south. Terraces which benefit from the rays of the sun are offered to the housings on this side . On the other side, duplexes with a semi-exterior prolongation are settled to give quality to the housings. The uppest housings which can not benefit from terraces are compensated by a bigger size and the astonishing view provided by the tower. scoop out

give light

create terraces

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LIVING SPACE

GAP

CIRCULATION

2ND FLOOR

4TH FLOOR

HUMID ROOMS

1ST FLOOR STREET LEVEL

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3M X 3M MODULES

3RD FLOOR


ECTIFS

LHUILLIER LAURELINE

febvre/Margaux Lyonnet

Atelier de Benjamin Colboc/Alexandre Jonvel

ÉLÉVATION SUD-OUEST: 1/200 ème

SOUTH-WEST FACADE

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SUBLIME SPACE ENSAV - Bachelor - 2014 tutor: Susanne Stacher with: Benoit Klingebiel, Sonia Omalek and Romain Courrier 1st of the competition

In association with the Geneve Institut which make researchs on the activity of the brain the competition was the following: Imagine a sublim or anti-sublim environment which will be able to affect the people discovering the space so the institut can study their reaction and their brain activity. The project, as the 1st of the competition, had been tested and used for a 3D machine in Geneve Institut.

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DESIGN The sublime suggests us the idea of attraction towards something that seems reachable. We have imagined an inaccessible space towards the visitor is irremediably attracted. The luminous central sphere becomes the inaccessible space. Several progressions around, under and above the sphere are possible to lose the visitor.

L. 2

N i v. 1

L. 1

Ni v. 0

L. 0

N i v.00 L.

Ni v. - 2

N i v. - 1 L. -1

Ni v. 2

L. -2

SP31 C o u rr i e r Kli n g e bi el L e f ra n รง o i s L h u i l l i er

Circulation

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