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Katarzyna Lengiewicz

Céline Przedborski

Katayoun Nekourouymotlagh

Wonyoun jeong

SECTION B - 1

Underground Soil Public Pedestrian

SECTION B - 2

Jiahui Yuan

ARCHITECTURE AS A LEVER OF TRANSFORMATION THE SPATIAL CITY - A METROPOLITAN BUILDING IN PARIS

SECTION B - 3

Underground Soil Public Pedestrian

EXPLODED ISOMATRIC VIEW INCLUDING SITE (400M X 250M)

FRONTAL VIEW FRONTAL VIEW

ROOF GARDEN

New Facade of Italie Deux Underground Soil Public Pedestrian

Underground Soil Public Pedestrian

BICYCLE TRACK

EXTERIOR SPORTS ACTIVITIES

SWIMMING POOL AND ITS ROOF TOP

ON THE ROOF GARDEN OF THE CENTRAL HALL, YOU CAN COMMUNICATE BY ALLOWING THE SWIMMING POOL TO HAVE OPEN ROOF TOP, I COULD VISUALLY WITH MANY OTHER ACTIVITIES. THEREFORE ROOF GARDEN BECO- USE THE ROOF TOP AS A BICYCLE TRACKS, AND AS EACH TRACKS HAVE EMS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PLATFORM IN THIS STRUCTURE. DIFFERENT TOPOGRAPHY, IT WILL ALLOW THE NATURAL LIGHT IN TO THE SWIMMING POOL

INTERIOR SPORTS ACTIVITIES

EXTERIOR SPORTS ACTIVITY AND BICYCLE CIRCULATION

TOP ELEVATION VIEW TOP ELEVATION VIEW

SWIMMING POOL AND DANCE PERFORMANCE

DIFFERENT PLATFORMS CONTAINS SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES, AND THE CIRCULA- BY MAKING THE BOTTOM OF SWIMMING POOL TRANSPARENT, I COULE TION WHICH LEAD TO DIFFERENT FLOORS CAN BE USED AS A BICYCLE CIR- SEE DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES COULLD BE CONNECTED BY NOT ONLY JOINING CULATION. THEM WITH RAMPS, BUT ONLY VISUALLY.

SOCIAL HOUSE HABITANTS

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM INITIAL DESIGN CONCEPT VIA COLLAGE

Intermediate Unit 16 - Unit Masters Salwa Mikou, Selma Mikou Unit Tutor Sebastian Andia THE SPATIAL CITY - A METROPOLITAN BUILDING IN PARIS


UNIT BRIEF

Academic year 2016-2017

Marcus Yau

selina Xinyi Zhang

Philip Gharios

TOM Weiyue Liang

As forms of work, consumption, transportation and entertainment evolve, so to do our conceptions of living together. Architecture has to accompany, and even anticipate, these developments. In its first year, Intermediate 16 will explore architecture’s ability to re-invent – to make new spaces that emerge alongside new urban objects, and in turn produce new processes of citymaking. Students will investigate the transformation and resilience of particular territories – abandoned urban areas through an approach of regeneration in programmatic, social, urban and architectural terms.

Ainhoa Schapira

hotel room

capsule room

gallery

Guided by our studies of interactions between programme, diagram and architecture, we will engage with a spatial strategy that formalises both Louis Kahn’s notion of ‘spaces which serve and are served’ and Rem Koolhaas’ ‘stable and unstable spaces’ in order to question the potential of programme and elaborate on an architectural figure – a simplified representation of a concept that expresses architectural intentions. As a response to the transformations of ways of life and the mutations of spatial and built morphologies, projects will test the idea of hybridisation via a reflection on new metropolitan buildings.

Avenue de Place d’Italie

apartment

roof garden

gallery

existing shopping mall

outdoor cinema

Interior View

Street View in Avenue d’Italie

Street View

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perspective section drawing of the new courtyard

+16.400

+8.400

These plural, multi-functional buildings, which seem to exist partway between large buildings and urban quarters, superpose and condense varied uses, blur scale and scope and create new hierarchies, producing a new form of urbanism. They are more like open processes than finished objects.

10.800

outdoor cinema view new heart of the �ilm block

light

oblique

Longitudinal Section 1

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view

Connecting Patios

Residential Towers

Rue Bobillot

The students will first analyse existing metropolitan buildings and then explore this idea in their own projects. Like the New Babylon imagined by Constant as a sort of ‘social city’ that brings people together, students will work on a building to provide a variety of programmes that are both reflective of specific temporal requirements and powerful generators of use and atmosphere. Designs will reflect on modularity, taking account of societal developments and new aspects of the city.

Library Cocktail Bar 1

Last Year at Marienbad Alain Resnais 1961

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low-angle shot

depth shot

close-up

camera forward

medium shot

close-up

illusion

three layers of depth

a baroque ceiling

a long corridor with series of door

the face of a magician

a corridor with the decoration in two sides

a dark room with the audience

a man in front of a mirror with a woman

a mirror in the middle

a man walking away /two servants still in the fromt/ a couple facing towards the audience

+6.200

+7.500

Urban Farm

Climbing wall

Studios and Workshops

Skate Park

Hills Gastronomic Center

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50m Street Food Exhibition

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Pool

Performing Arts 5

Ave

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nue

d’Ita

lie

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Italie Deux Mall

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elevation

axometric drawing

Axonometric Perspective

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50m

Profile for Mikou Design Studio

Brouchure AA School 2016-2017  

Brouchure AA School 2016-2017  

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