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NOÉMIE CRUZ

b o o k spatial design - ensaama


ENSAAMA

Higher National School of Art and Design based in Paris French design student

S T U D I E S nm8.cruz@gmail.com +33 06 84 76 36 96 INSTAGRAM Illustration : @le.carnet.de.poche Photography : @fugaluce

2018 - 2021 DNMADE SPATIAL DESIGN Furniture and environment National higher education diploma worthing Bachelor’s degree

TRAINING CONTENT The training is based on an architectural focus which deals in a broad sense with the notion of habitat by questioning the «small» architectural scale, interior spaces, furniture design by taking into account the ecological materials and implementations. It is based on the design of individual and collective housing projects, micro-architectures, architectural extensions, related landscaped projects to housing, structures that promote the preservation of the environment.

2015 - 2018 SCIENCES BACCALAUREATE

with highest honors + Art option

S K I L L S

TECHNICAL Intention drawings + models Graphic and technical research Plans, sections, elevations, axonometric Video editing and animation Web layout + print

SOFTWARE Photoshop + Indesign + Illustrator AutoCad + Sketchup 3D Procreate Imovie

LANGUAGES FRENCH (native language) ENGLISH (fluent) ITALIAN (B1)


SPACE 1 BONDS 2 VIEWS 3


THINK & DESIGN SPACE ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS


REFUGE ISLAND

UPDATE VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE / YEAR 3

With Louise Dequevauviller

ARCHETYPAL

VERNACULAR

FRUGAL & RUSTIC

AUTONOMOUS

JURY’S FAVORITE PRIZE Minimaousse competition 8 Like an island for the walker, our project is a thatched-roof refuge that emerges from a lake in the French Alps. Thanks to its vernacular form and sustainable approach, this micro-architecture advocates for the preservation of resources. Contemporary and archetypal, it offers an immersive and authentic experience in the heart of high mountain wilderness.


SITE ANALYSIS Lake Pormenaz - 1 mètre

- 3 mètres

- 5 mètres

- 7,25 mètres

- 9,50 mètres

de 0 à 1 mètre

de 1 à 2 mètres


This autonomous refuge highlights educational solutions that respect the environment through a water treatment prototype in which nothing is lost and everything is transformed. Both mineral and organic, this floating and experimental cabin is a source of teaching for the collective spirit. It embodies this concern for the preservation of a sustainable heritage by placing water in a cycle, both as a source and existential resource.

Project video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4QE9UBwPI com/watch?v=A-


CHOREOGRAPHING THE EVERYDAY

INDIVIDUAL HOUSING ON COLLECTIVE PLOT / YEAR 3

Rue de la baignade in the new neighborhood of Ivry Confluences near the water plant.

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


INTENTIONS Established on a collective plot, the habitat must deal with the interplay of joint ownership and narrowness. The Shed roof organizes the space into three from the ground floor, concentrating the living cells at the ends and connecting them in the center by a skylight where distribution spaces and sensory interactions are articulated. This breakthrough promotes the interweaving of moments of life, in particular thanks to a multifunction module on the ground floor. Like a

parenthesis between inside and outside, it is understood as a scene of life subject to different appropriations and uses. The presence of porous membranes with variations in light opacities allows the alternation of intimacy times and common times, between fixed and flexible partitions.


Pièces à Vivre

Revêtement boiscladding contreplaqué Plywood

Mur porteur en pierre massive

Pièces d’eau Pièces à Vivre Pièces à Vivre Revêtement en carreaux Revêtement bois contreplaqué Revêtement bois contreplaqué

Percée de lumière en polycarbonate

Massive stone load-bearing wall Mur porteur en pierre massive Mur porteur en pierre massive

Pièces d’eau

Repos Intimité

Pièces d’eau Parois en bois à claire voie Revêtement en carreaux

Percée de lumière en polycarbonate

Revêtement en carreaux

Percée de lumière en polycarbonate Polycarbonate light Revêtement bois contreplaqué breakthrough

Textile suspendu

Mur porteur en pierre massive Mur porteur en pierre massive

Revêtement bois contreplaqué

Repos Intimité Repos Intimité Toiture en zinc noir mat Parois en bois à claire voie Parois en bois à claire voie

Pièces à Vivre Pièces à Vivre

Isolation en laine de chanvre

Toiture Pièces d’eau Pièces d’eau

Textile suspendu Textile suspendu

Tile coating

Revêtement en carreaux Revêtement en carreaux

Percée de lumière en polycarbonate Percée de lumière en polycarbonate

Toiture Toiture Toiture en zinc noir mat Toiture en zinc noir mat

Isolation en laine de chanvre Isolation en laine de chanvre Parois en bois à claire voie Parois en bois à claire voie

Wood openwork fence

Textile suspendu Textile suspendu

Repos Repos Intimité Intimité


MODEL 1 : 20


SOCIAL & SOLIDARITY INNOVATION NEW LIVING WOOD CONTEST: THE KITCHEN OF TOMORROW / YEAR 2

FERME DU RAIL, PARIS 19

An agri-urban space to welcome, train and integrate the most vulnerable people on a long-term basis.

COMMUNITY AND PEDAGOGICAL CANTEEN : This kitchen is a social space for sharing and transmission where the donor / recipient relationship is reinvigorated. A home where one becomes familiar with domestic gestures by freeing from the mechanical gesture. It is about giving meaning to the preparation of the meal by setting up rituals by dealing with questions of use of “leftovers” and waste.


REINVENTING THE KITCHEN The project is based on a double valuation: that of people in social and professional reintegration who live on site and that of products, in the continuity of the social project of the Farm. The approach aims to reconnect with the gesture, the enhancement of a ritual, simple and manual cuisine. It is about generating behaviors and awareness of the issues that revolve around the question of «eating». The cooked products therefore come from the short circuit (vegetables from the common kitchen garden, mushroom, collection of unsold items from the neighborhood).

WOOD AS A MARKER The wood acts as a point of reference. It serves as a continuity to guide users through the preparation stages in a methodical and educational way. The kitchen is divided into three stages: - Storage (pantry) - Preparation: mobile work plan that accompanies the user in each step (rinsing, cutting, cooking, sorting) - Consumption: The dining area is delimited by a solid wood outline (burnt wood). The center of the tatami accommodates the bread oven, creating a space for gathering and relaxation.

Burned wood

Pine

Oak

Young Chestnut trees


FERTILE ARCHITECTURE

PAVILION OF THE PEDAGOGICAL FARM OF PARIS / YEAR 2

GEORGEVILLE FARM, BOIS DE VINCENNES:

Permaculture, eco-grazing, urban agriculture and awareness workshops. Project carried out as an extension of the exhibition «Agricultural Capital, construction sites for a cultivated city» at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in 2019. The aim is to rehabilitate the pavilion by drawing inspiration from the fundamental principles of permaculture: observation and interaction of each element for the well-being of the Earth and of living. The aim is to expose the existing links between agricultural production and urban production, between the cultivated and the inhabited. The space features bio-sourced materials as demonstration tools to make this place a space for learning, experimentation and awakening in which resources existing ones are used as the breeding ground for the project.


PATHS AND THOUGHTS

DISSERTATION: THE PARADOXES OF THE RIVER IN THE CITY

THE RIVER : AN AMBIVALENT & MOVING INTERVAL Both maternal and violent, wild and domesticated, vital and fragile, water can be characterized by its ambivalence. It is an unstable and enigmatic element which generates various perceptions, uses and values. This study focuses on the figure of the river considered as the cradle of cities. The river has the particularity of dividing the city in two while bringing together people around urban and societal issues. The marriage between the liquid form of water and the solid state of architecture has given birth to various techniques, know-how and representations which shapes a social and cultural reality made of contrasts and solidarities. All these fragments lead to plural urban projects, split between utilitarianism and quest for meaning. This article is questioning how the ambivalent nature of water can lead to paradoxical uses and perceptions of riverbanks in cities. It is also interested in the way in which architects and landscapers try to reconcile these paradoxes through layouts along the river.


ARTISTIC EXPERIMENTATIONS ON THE AQUATIC ELEMENT Exploring the graphic repertoire of water in conjunction with the research process.


WALK & DRAW INITIATION TO A PHYSICAL & SENSITIVE APPROACH TO LANDSCAPE/ YEAR 3 Workshop with the landscaper Guylaine Piketty


BUILDING BONDS PROFESSIONAL IMMERSIONS


LES GRANDS VOISINS CONSTRUCTION SITES AND SOCIAL EXPERIENCE INTERNSHIP AMONG THE YES WE CAMP TEAM THE COLLECTIVE PHILOSOPHY: Since 2013, Yes We Camp has been implementing processes to transform defined spaces into open, generous and creative micro-territories. At Les Grands Voisins, these places borrow the qualities of what can be a park, a fablab, or a public square. The collective wishes to assert the city as a fertile ground, where spaces are shared with confidence and constitute a source of achievement and individual fulfillment, with collective benefit.

MY CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROJECT: Through my involvement in construction sites projects, I was able to discover the Grands Voisins in every nook and cranny. I then undertook an illustrative logbook showing these spaces hidden from public view. Every day, I would set out with a handful of pencils in my hand and venture into the most remote areas of the Grands Voisins, in order to highlight the inside of this project.


«LES GRANDS VOISINS : BETWEEN EPHEMERALS & NOOKS» EXHIBITION OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS SKETCHED DURING MY INTERNSHIP IN SEPTEMBER 2019

Let yourself be invited to a stroll through the remote or unknown rooms of the Grands Voisins, passing through the ephemeral installations of a project in perpetual motion that never ceases to surprise and renew itself.


LES SAISONS ZÉRO REHABILITATION OF THE POOR CLARES CONVENT IN ROUBAIX RESIDENCE WITHIN THE ZERM COLLECTIVE THE COLLECTIVE PHILOSOPHY: A frugal architecture and an approach based on research and experimentation around the notion of reuse within the framework of rehabilitation and participatory projects.

THE PROJECT: Occupation and transitional rehabilitation of the former Poor Clares convent located in the Épeule district of Roubaix. Desecrated and uninhabited since 2008, this 19th century building is included in the list of historic monuments. The objective is to promote this immense architectural heritage and to make it a place dedicated to the acceleration of the ecological transition in the territory in partnership with the collective Yes We Camp, the historian Gilles Maury and the company ICAR.

INTERNSHIP RECAP VIDEO : https://youtu.be/pB2yEeJZFeM


collective experimental alternative

proof of concept

sustainable participatory social

1. Scenography for the World Design Capital Lille 2020 exhibition 2. Design of furniture and micro-architectures for the site 3. Experimentation with materials and rehabilitation techniques


- Reuse at the center of the design process - Enhancing transdisciplinarity and know-how sharing - Act local to act together


EXPRESSION LABORATORY

TRANSVERSAL VIEWS ON THE ARTS


MOVEMENT

THE BODY SPACE DEPLOYED BY THE GESTURE

I raised myself by the dance. It shaped my body. I would even say that it was by dancing that I tamed the space. Dancing was my first sensitive contact with it. Thus, body and space seemed indivisible to me. Since then, this couple has followed me in my work, in my reflection on space and in my dance practice, I cannot stop questioning them without being moved.

« Space is fundamentally movement, it only enters consciousness with movement. In other words, the space is created by the gesture: when a dancer enters the scene, he reconfigures the space, the quality of his movement changes the quality of the air. Perhaps the first staging is there. How do you enter in scene? How do we ‘fictionalize’ the space we’re going to and the one we’re leaving? » Isabelle Launay, Being on stage


e r o s i o n

The trace of time on material


SKETCHES


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DEVELOPING THE POETIC AND NARRATIVE POTENTIAL OF THE IMAGE

JAZZ CLUB SESSION

MISE EN ABYME AND VISUAL NARRATION

DRUNK JOURNEY

BEGINNING OF A GRAPHIC NOVEL


ABOUT YOUR HAPPY PLACE

Ordering illustrations and making a greeting card for the Poste Habitat subsidiaries


Design of a series of posters for the exhibition Toit & Joie


«To make the space habitable in order to create, however little it may be, however fragile it may be, something like an ‘us’, it is to try to sew up what is torn, it is to tender a relation in space by giving it a measure. (...) In the space held between two hands, I can build a house.» Extract, Living in a world in my image, Jean Marc Besse