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2014-2015 BJARKE INGELS GROUP Resumé

Mix Use Area, Ferney Voltaire

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Abstract

Mixed Use Tower, La Défense

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Container Hotel, Hualien

2015-2016 DIPLOMA: THE VITAL MARGIN OF ARCHITECTURE The quarries of Favignana, or the context as a concept

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TAZ Headquarters, Berlin P.34

CBS Masterplan, Copenhagen P.36

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Overview : four buildings as inverted quarries P.10

2012-2014 MASTER'S YEARS

1. Freeing the thickness of the ground

The Weight of Suspended Time

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2. Inhabiting the wall

Urban Metabolism

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3. Revealing the insides

Internship at Chartier Corbasson

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4. Containing the beyond

Renovation of a flat

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Perle Van de Wyngaert Architect D.E. [Diplomée d'État]

Born the 16.07.1990 in Paris, France +44 7467 098333 +33 6 73 44 73 86 vdw.perle@gmail.com http://cargocollective.com/pvdwarchitecture

EXPERIENCES AND PUBLICATIONS Bjarke Ingels Group . London Architect September 2016 Prequalification for the new Terminal 5 of Changi Airport, Singapore. Sketching, strategy, graphic documents, collages

Bjarke Ingels Group . Copenhagen Design Assistant April 2014 to July 2015 - 16 months

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND June 2016 National Superior School of Architecture of Paris Malaquais, Paris Diploma of Architecture with high honours Favignana, from one economy to the other. Void as the vital margin of architecture

2009 - 2016 National Superior School of Architecture of Paris Malaquais, Paris Bachelor's and Master's degree in architecture

2008 - 2009 Lycée Claude Monet, Paris Preparatory course for literary studies (Hypokhâgne)

2008 Lycée Montaigne, Paris Baccalauréat with honors, Litarery pathway, Mathematics and Ancient Greek specialization

. Skematic Design for a mixed-use area (offices, hotels, sport center) in Fernet-Voltaire, France Sketching, plans, 3D modeling, renderings . Detail Design for a mixed-use tower (Offices, Housing, Hotels) in La Défense, Paris, France Plans, sections, diagrams, renderings, models . Skematic Design for a container hotel in Hualien, Taiwan Sketching, 3D, plans, diagrams, renderings . Competition "Réinventer Paris", Pershing site, Paris 3D modeling, renderings . Competition for CBS masterplan, Copenhagen, DK Sections, facades, diagrams . Competition for the headquarters of Die Tageszeitung newspaper, Berlin, Germany Physical models, diagrams

Chartier Corbasson Architects . Paris Intern June to October 2013 - 4 months . Sketch proposal for 30 housing, Conflans Sainte Honorine, France . Conception and installing of "In Vitro", exhibition at Maison de l'Architecture Ile-de-France, Paris . Conception and installing of "Secrets de fabrication", exhibition Archilib gallery, Paris

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Jean-Paul Viguier Associés . Paris Intern June to July 2012 - 2 months

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. Graphical documents for a building permit - Cité d'affaires de Nogent-sur-Marne . Sketch proposal for temporary offices of the SNCF

Musée du Louvre - Department of Architecture and Museography . Paris Intern Juin 2011 - 1 month . Following ot the construction site of Arts de l'Islam . Study models for the scenography of exhibitions

Workshop led by Wang Shu February to June 2013 Project Urban Metabolism, workshop with Wang Shu’s architecture school in Hangzhou, China

Workshop with the architecture school of Chandigarh, led by Clément Blanchet October 2012 to January 2013 Project The weight of suspended time, workshop as part of the research semester on Chandigarh 2025, under the direction of Clément Blanchet

Redevelopment project for a 20m2 flat 2011 - 2012

February to June 2012 Research article in english, selected for a publication at the University of Columbia, New York

Book Visual Culture in the 1960’s February 2011 Iconographic book on the print media of the 1960's

SKILLS Good skills in designing, visual representation and graphic design Leadership capacity . Good organisational skills

Softwares Rhinoceros AutoCad ArchiCad V-Ray Sketchup Grasshopper Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Word

PowerPoint Excel Lasercut 3D Print

Langages French English Spanish Chinese

Interests

Conception drawings, worksite supervision

Scenography . Graphic Design . Contemporary Art Photography . Danse . Litterature . Philosophy

Research essay Le livre comme espace de projet. Vers une scénarisation du projet architectural ? October 2012 to December 2015

Travels

[ Book as space for design. Towards a scenarisation of architectural projects ? ] Interrogation on the links between theory and pratic in architecture.

Article Beaubourg, issues of a topic utopia

London, Manchester, Copenhagen, Oslo, Istanbul, Berlin, Hamburg, Brussels, Madrid, Lisbao, Athens, Belgrade, Vienna, Praha New York, Boston, Chicago, Montreal, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Mexico DF, Cuba Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou, Delhi, Chandigarh Senegal


A bs t r a c t

This portfolio presents an exerpt of my previous works, as an inverted timeline starting from my diploma project, to the working experience I had in Danemark at BIG, to earlier work I did during my master's degree. It is for that reason divided in three parts that cover those three distinctive periods: the year 2015-2016 where I went back to school in Paris to finish my studies, the period 2014-2015 where I was a design assistant at BIG, and back to the master's years in Paris from 2012 to 2014. My personnal work circles the idea that theory should be inherent to the practice of architecture, and navigates around this presupposed line of fracture of the architectural field, questionning the validity of this binar perception. The different projects I developed tend to state that contexts are conceptual realities. I believe architecture is a non closed system, that is in pertual movement and perpetual questioning because it is taken in a greater reality that exceeds it. It should not be a monosemic domain, because it needs to grow with the contradiction of other domains. Art, politics, technologies, constantly reset the field and the subject of architecture. The belief in a unique dominant speech that caracterised modernity has faded away. Jean Fronรงois Lyotard's analysis of postmodernity states the fragmentation of meaning as a contemporary condition; globalisation has paradoxally broken up with any universal narrative, producing a uncertainty that is important to adress. Opposing forces should not resolve themselves in forms, but rather should syncretise eachothers in situations. Rather than a unique building, a formal answer, I believe that architecture should aim at producing polysemy and insuring plurality, at adressing both the large territorial scales as well as local conditions. I believe in the very small, in the local, in culture and in history, in a certain sense of place. In considering architecture as a condition, as a margin for events to happen inspite of architecture. In differences and in contradictions.

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Diploma project Teachers: Luca Merlini and Sandra PLanchez Date: October 2015 - Juin 2016

Favignana, its old tonnara, now become a museum, that still carries an atmosphere charged with fishermen screams, with tuna smell. The indolent pace of this small village located on a fragile island subjected to a double insularity, the island of another island, Sicily. Favignana, living with Sicily the great agitations of History, accompanying them, even exhausting itself following. Favignana, the large voids of its abandoned quarries, vestiges of a vanished era, like so many manifest absences of an history that was at play somewhere else, once its tuffa stone had been used to build the palaces of Palermo. Favignana, today, its thousands of tourists that populate its shores in summer, and its old sailors converted into guides. The island of Favignana bears the marks of an economic use of its land, in pure waste. The project makes the praise of these territories, of their uses, of their usury, while trying to update something beyond the fascination for the suspended time of their history; it tries to think, therefore, to what could be a future for the island based on a new economy of its territory. The four buildings that I develop all participate in the same langage, all decline the same logic, that of the excavation of the matter, where the remaining full forms the rational program that offers a new economic opening to the island, while the void is deployed, depending on the context, above, below, beside or inside, as a necessary margin to these programs. By generating buildings larger than their mere program would need, the project creates an emptiness at the heart of the recovered matter, organizes absences, liberates breathing space. And by doing so, it sets up inconsistencies, contradictions. Criticism margins. Rather than the obvious, it seeks to stage the uncertain.


T H E V I TA L M A R G I N OF ARCHITEC TURE


F av i g n a n a ,

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f rom on e econom y to a noth e r

the void or the vital margin of architecture

aire totale : 193 600 m2

aire totale : 193 600 m2 aire soit :totale : 193 600 m2 49 dispositifs de 3900m2

aire soit :totale : 193 600 m2 49 dispositifs de 3900m2

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soit : 49 dispositifs de 3900m2 soit : 49 dispositifs de 3900m2

ordre de grandeur : 760 m2 - 16 470 m2

ordre de grandeur : 760 m2 - 16 470 m2

5 Millions M3 of tuffa stone were excavated of the island ground

Praising the place by fragmenting the program : four places, four programs, four excavations

ordre de grandeur : 760 m2 - 16 470 m2

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Territorial situation :

MONTENEGRO SERBIE KOSOVO

Corse

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ESPAGNE

Ajaccio

Skopje

Rome

the heart of mediterranean sea

Barcelone

Tirana

MACÉDOINE

Bari

Naples

ALBANIE

ITALIE

Sardaigne

Thessalonique

Corfou

Palma Cagliari

GRÈCE Patras

Palerme

Sicile

Catania Syracuse

Tunis

Alger

ALGERIE

TUNISIE

Tripoli

Benghazi

LYBIE

Local situation : a natural maritime protected area

Erice

Trapani Levanzo Marettimo

Paceco Dattilo

Marausa Guarrato Aeroport Trapani-Birgi

Favignana Isola Grande

Réserve Naturelle Maritime des Egades

Salinas

Paolini

Marsala Digerbato

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Tuffo quarries : traces of the past left hollow

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1 L IBE R AT ING T H E GR OU N D

classrooms and conference center

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Exterior perspective Diversity of perception of arches


Section perpendicular to the building scale 1.200e

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Section perpendicular to the grid scale 1.200e


1st floor Plan scale 1.200e

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Interior perspective Diversity of perception of arches


Groundfloor Plan

scale 1.200e

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2 IN H A BI T ING T H E WA L L research laboratories

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Interior view of the new urban block complexity of interior vs simplicity of exterior


Groundfloor Plan

scale 1.200e

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Tranversal Section scale 1.200e


3 R E V E A L ING T H E INSIDE S library and plant archive

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Exterior perspective Play with the scale of the facade


Middle Floor Plan

scale 1.200e

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Tranversal Section scale 1.200e


4 CON TA INING T H E BE YON D student housing

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Interior view offering a multiplicity of common spaces


Longitudinal section : perturbating the grid scale 1.200e

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Transversal section : common space as margins scale 1.200e


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Longitudinale view Inhabiting a new geology

exterior view architecture as a new ground zero


Plans

scale 1.200e

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Logement Etudiant 1 unité 20m2

1,5 unité 30m2

Logement pour familles 2 unités 40m2

3 unités - Duplex 60m2


Design Assistant Copenhagen Date : April 2014 - July 2015

I spend almost a year and four months working at BIG in Copenhagen, before going back to school for the final year of master and passing my diploma. I had the opportunity of working on a lot of different projects, each with there own particular scales, programs, contexts, and from the Skematic Design phase to the Detail Design. I assumed different roles in the office, from model making to 3D renderings, from sketching to producing final material like plans, sections, diagrams. I was also in charge for a few weeks of one of them, which taught me a great deal about work organisation, laying out final material and building a relevant narrative. They each taught me a lot thanks to the variety of subjects and clients, as well as diverse team organisation and structures. But mainly what it offered me to witness was the particular way this office always makes the accent on the project as a narrative process, and how the culture of project they implemented in all their offices around the world they manage to maintain inspite of their endless enlargment.


BJARK E INGEL S GROUP


ACCUEIL

TOIL. 80m2

SALLE PROJET

50m2

P.E.R

SALLE PROJET

30m2

OFFICE

ACCUEIL

TOIL.

SANITAIRES

30m2

10m2

L.T

STUDIO ENR.

80m2

CAFÉTARIA

15m2

SALLE PROJET

SALLE PROJET

15m2

SALLE PROJET

SALLE PROJET

30m2

We interrogated to what extend can those programs interact, and came up with this geometry made of superellipses shapes that roll and unroll between different cores of buildings, linking and sometimes bridging to connect the programs together.

PATIO

600m2

FITNESS

L.T

CAFÉ

TOIL.

L.T TOIL.

TOIL. L.T

150m2

S4

The composition is made with seven core buildings, organised in three different and specific geometries, all linked together by bridges. We treated the facade in order to empahsize the unity of all those elements, therefore we chose a ribbon system that un rolls horizontaly around all the buildings in one stripe of wood.

MUSCU

We places the hotels and office at each end of the plot, and put in the middle all the potential in between links between those two programs : the sport center, the convention center, and the business center.

SERV. 150m2

FOYER

L.T 25m2

TOIL.

There was a necessity both from the developer and the local context of the Alps to use sustainable materials, so we chose burned wood for its thermic and structural properties, as well as for the local craftmenship and expertise.

VIDE SUR LE LOBBY

VIDE SUR LE LOBBY 60m2

25m2

TOIL.

RANGEMENTS OFFICE

FOYER

85m2

L.T

25m2 25m2

120m2

SALON A

SALON E SALON D

0 5 60m2

SALON C

60m2

SALON B

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10

SCALE 1.500

0

SERV.

DE SPORT

DE CONVENTION

SALLE DE RÉUNION

ARCH.

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SALLE DE RÉUNION

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I spent the last month of this work experience working on a commission for a mix used development area in France near the border of Geneva. The plot was part of a larger development for a new neighborhood in the city of Ferney-Voltaire. The program was constituted by the assembly of two hotels, a sport center, and offices.

SS CENTER

150m2

TOIL.

SALLE DE RÉUNION

710m2

PLATEAU

RGTS

PLATEAU

TOIL.

L.T

MIXED-USE AREA FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, FRANCE

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FV| TAKE OFF

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PHASE ESQUISSE | 05 AOÛT 2015

PHASE ESQUISSE | 05 AOÛT 2015

COUPE LONGITUDINALE ÉCHELLE : 1:250

FV| TAKE OFF

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FV| TAKE OF

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MIXED-USE TOWER LA DÉFENSE, FRANCE 28 I have been working for this competition for six months. The status of this project in La DÊfense in Paris was rather specific, because it was not a publicly launched competion as usually in France. It was a publicprivate partnership where we were teaming up with a developer and a contractor, as well as needed to come up with a financial scheme to submit a bid proposal to the EPADESA, organism in charge of the managment of the area. The project was extremely challenging, as it would have been one of the first mixed program tower with housing in France. The program was constituted with two hotels, offices, and housing. We figured that a simple and appropriate answer would be to seperate formally those programs in different boxes to show this diversity, which would at the same time allow us to work on this idea of suspended ground floors. So we worked a lot on the dimensioning of the four different floorplates to be able to have this impression of staggered and dancing boxes. We also worked a lot on the difining of the different in between spaces, and we decided to do suspended garden that would each have a specific echosystem and material treatment according to their height from the actual ground floor. A tower is like a mountain, and need to express the same diversity rather than being a monolith.


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NOTICE ARCHITECTURALE | 22 MAI 2015

SKYLOBBY HILTON +36 AXONOMÉTRIE DU SKYLOBBY DU HILTON BUSINESS CENTER

SKYGARDEN BUREAUX ADMINISTRATION

30 SHOP

RECEPTION

NOTICE ARCHITECTURALE | 22 MAI 2015

SKYLOBBY HGI +22

Le skygarden Hilton est inspiré des paysage rocailleux et battus par le vent avec une végetation robuste et dense.

AXONOMÉTRIE DU SKYLOBBY DU GARDEN INN CONCIERGE BAR

CUISINE ET SERVICES

TOUR SHIFT

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BUSINESS CENTER

BUFFET

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RESTAURANT INTER-ENTREPRISE +11

SALLE DE RESTAURANT

Le skygarden HGI est dans une fôrét d’arbres les matériaux sont chaleureux et d’inspiration bois, cuir et la lumière est filtrée.

AXONOMÉTRIE DU RESTAURANT TERRASSE EXTÉRIEURE RECEPTION SCRAMBLE CUISINE DE SERVICE

TOUR SHIFT

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LAVERIE

CAFÉTARIA

ORANGERAIE

SALLE DE RESTAURANT

NOTICE ARCHITECTURALE | 22 MAI 2015

REZ-DE-CHAUSSÉE ET R+1 AXONOMÉTRIE DU NIVEAU D’ENTRÉES

Inspiration des champs et de l’agriculture pour le RIE : une ferme urbaine pourrait être envisagée ! TERRASSE LOBBY BUREAUX

PARVIS D’ENTRÉE

TOUR SHIFT

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PC SÉCURITÉ

SERVICES ET STOCKAGES HOTEL

ENTRÉE PARKING

CAFÉ

PRÉ-LOBBY HOTEL HILTON 5* PCS ENTRÉE MEZZANINE LOGEMENTS CAFÉ PRÉ-LOBBY HOTEL HGI 4* Allée d’arbres et pierre couleur sable DÉCHETS ET STOCKAGE LIVRAISONS

TOUR SHIFT

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NOTICE ARCHITECTURALE | 22 MAI 2015

Café du RIE ouvert sur la terrasse avec vue sur la Grande Arche TOUR SHIFT

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CONTAINER HOTEL HUALIEN, TAIWAN

CORRIDOR BASIC CIRCULATION Basic container internal organisations room module

SYMMETRICAL

bathroom

r3

r2 r2

A1

r3

A2

r2

shaft

A3

circulation

SYMMETRICAL SPLIT

r2

r2

r3

B1

r3

r2

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B3

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ASYMMETRICAL SPLIT

I worked for five months on a serie of commissioned projects for an area of Hualien, in Taiwan. From images for 'mountain", a housing project, to hotel projects, to this container hotel project. THis was the most important one because I ended up in charge of the last presentation material. This project had no particular brief, which made it all the mode harder. We did two different versions of it previous to this one, but the client was unsatisfied both times. We then dicided to make a catalogue like book, and study all the stacking possibilities we could have on the site. We broked down the internal organisation of the container to four quatergories, with with we came up with a serie of statcking system, all scalable to different sizes. We did a serie with squares, but focused mainly on circular stackings. We submitted two books, one containing the container catalogue, as a DIY proposal, and a proposal for one of the mainy possible application on site. The proposal embodies the scaling logic at heart with the stacling systems, and proposes a hotel as a gradient from main house to smaller pavillions.

r2

r1 r3

r3

C1

r1 D1

r4

r1 C2

r4

r2 D2

r3

C3

r3

C4

r1 D3

D4

r4

C5

r4

D5

Stacking systems small, medium, large another 8 variations are formed There are 8 basic :unit combinations in the system

when there is a need for circulation. HUALIEN CONTAINER HOTEL

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TENNIS COURT

DROP OFF

STAGE

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HUAGONG 2

HUAGONG 1

RESTAURANT PATIO BAR PATIO

POOL

TEA PAVILION

BBQ

PARKING

UAZHONG

HUABEI ROAD


DIE TAGESZEITUNG HEADQUARTERS BERLIN, GERMANY

I worked for one month and a half on this competition for the new headquarters of TAZ, a left oriented newspaper based in Berlin. The program was really interesting because the client was extremely particular. It was an office program, but that needed to be a bit more than that, to capture the essence of the attitude of the newspaper. We came up with this idea of multiplicity in unity, and formed the project around this idea of bundle. Independant pieces linked together to create un unique identity. It was the beginning of my intership at BIG, so I essentialy did models, from the study models to experiment with different ideas and shape, to the final ones at two different scales. I also helped out on detailing, mainly for the green strategy of the facade, for the courtyard treatments and other things.

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COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL MASTERPLAN COPENHAGEN, DANEMARK This project was the first one I worked on at the office. I jumped in to help out for the last three weeks of the competition, and mainly did diagrams and sections of the building. I got to see how team work opperate in this particular office, how division of work makes a project fo smoother, but also how every part of the team is valued and listened to. Their is no great hierarchy, and every opinion counts, and a great flexibility of mind is crucial in order to be able to question at any time the assumptions of the design. We in fact ended up changing the scheme the last two weeks, to make it the closer it would be to the urban narrative we wanted to implement in this masterplan project. The fact that is was in Copenhagen was a great opportunity for me to discover how the nordic cities are made, what are their particularity, and also to research the history of the campus figure was very exciting. This masterplan proposal for the extension of the business school was offering this idea of thickening the circulation axes with pockets of spaces on each side. We came up with this shape as a smooth checke, that alternates void and full.

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OT HER S T UDEN T PROJEC T S


URBAN METABOLISM

System components

This project is an urban proposal for the city of Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang, and question the generic growth of cities currently undergoing in China. It proposes to adress the city by the small scale, which could stitch up the highly contrasted chinese urban fabric and recreate urban qualities. The site for this project is a significant fraction of land, a sub urban area of 10 hectares that hosts the leftover of an industry and the illegal settlement of people migrated from nearby rural areas, surrounded by residential high rises, as so many signs of its future development. A site yet promising, next to the Grand Canal, a major cultural heritage figure of chinese territory.

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I therefore chose to implement a circular system of exchanges and uses, and to question the specific typologies, overlays and combinations that may exist between very diverse practices within a limited space. In what way industry still has a place in a tertiary society, how activities and housing can cohabit together to produce urbanity, how closed loop operations allow for a greater urban quality and diversity. The project confronts the context of the high-speed production of the city, and seeks to create an autonomous time, an ecological cycle that multiplies and overlays uses. The intervention offers a dual architecture, one temporary and flexible which hosts cultural and industrial uses, and the other perennial, material, which has 400 units of housing, and services. Inbetween those two, the soil protection is a prerequisite for the metabolic running of the site: agriculture, storage of products, an area of ​​transportation of waste and fertilizers, an agricultural high school, a market that allows exchanges, and a cultural center for this new urban programmatic model.

Chinese cities, environment vs density Teachers Bruno Jean Hubert, Françoise Ged Date February to June 2013

System at Different Scales


水 CHEMICAL ENERGY 能源化工

FOOD 食物

INPUTS 输入

3 ZONES / 3 TYPOLOGIES reas 3 ZONES / 3 TYPOLOGIES

3A

Sustainability Sustainability • Housing • Small scale retail • Housing • Small scale retail

/ 3 Rythms / 3 Typologies Continuity Continuity

WATER 水

GOODS 货

GOODS 货

INPUTS 输入

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

RECYCLED 再生

EMISSIONS 排放

ENERGY 能源

RECYCLED 再生

OUTPUTS 输出

- Creative studios - -Creative studios Portuary activites Recycling centers - -Recycling centers Creative Distribution centers Portuarystudios activites - -Portuary activites Recycling centers Distribution centers - Distribution centers Portuary activites - Distribution centers

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A

EMISSIONS 排放

N

META

B O L I S M Philippe Laflèche . Perle Van de Wyngaert P8 villes chinoises environnement / densité Bruno Hubert . Grégoire Bignier . Françoise Ged

OUTPUTS 输出

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

RECYCLED 再生

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物 EMISSIONS 排放

ENERGY 能源

OUTPUTS 输出

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

RUPTURE WITH Rupture with HISTORICAL historical CONTEXT context OLD CITY, SHANGHAI Old City, Shanghai

P8 VILLE CHINOISES ENVIRONNEMENT / DENSITÉ

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ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

GOODS 货

URBAN METABOLISM

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ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

ENERGY 能源 GOODS 货

FOOD 食物

INPUTS 输入

Flexibility Flexibility Flexibility - Creative studios Flexibility - Recycling centers

ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

QUESTION OF Question of SCALE scale JUSSIEU, PARIS Jussieu, Paris

Continuity

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

FOOD 食物

INPUTS 输入

• Distribution centers

Continuity - Educational institutions Continuity - Cultural institutions Educational institutions Continuity - -Educational institutions Retail Cultural institutions - -Cultural institutions Educational institutions Public Retail services - -Retail Cultural institutions Public services - Public Retail services - Public services

RECYCLED 再生

Present Day Problematics

RECYCLED 再生

Sustainability

RECYCLED 再生

OUTPUTS INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物 输出

EMISSIONS 排放 INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

GOODS 货

ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

GOODS 货

• Creatives studios

OUTPUTS 输出

ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

ENERGY 能源

PRESENT-DAY PROBLEMATICS FOOD 食物

INPUTS 输入

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

GOODS 货 REDUCED POLLUTION AND WASTES 减少污染和废物

WATER 水 GOODS 货

INPUTS OUTPUTS 输入 输出

EMISSIONS 排放

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Sustainability - Housing - Sustainability Small scale Housing Sustainability - retail -Housing Small scale - retail Small scale Housing retail - Small scale retail

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

ENERGY 能源

FOOD 食物

ORGANIC WASTES 有机废物

•• Recycling Creatives centers studios •• Porturary Recyclingactivities centers •• Distribution centers Porturary activities

• Public services

FOOD 食物

HEAT 热

PRESENT DAY PROBLEMATICS

Flexibility Flexibility

• Educational institutions • Cultural institutions • Educational institutions • Retail • Cultural institutions • Public services • Retail

ENERGY 能源

有机废物

INORGANIC WASTES 无机废物

MONOFUNCTIONALITY Monofunctionality PUDONG Pudong

GENERIC TYPOLOGIES Generic typologies LOCAL Local


Program Breakdown

Waste Managment Scheme

PROGRAM ANALYSIS

Agricultural Products Distribution Scheme

Housing Services Education Culture Industrial

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4TH FLOOR PLAN

6TH FLOOR PLAN

4TH FLOOR PLAN

6TH FLOOR PLAN

1:1000

1:1000

1:1000

1:1000

1. Production and distribution of 3000 metric ton of waste. 2. Sorting of waste to seperate organic and inorganic waste. 3. Distribution of 2100 Ton of inorganic waste to be recycled in nearby industry building. 4. Distribution of 900 Ton of organic waste to nearby composting center. 5. Production and distribution of 550 Ton of compost to be used by local farmlands.

SECTION B SECTION B

1. Production of 20 Ton in agriculture products (cereal, fruits, vegetable) 2. Temporary storage in nearby hangars 3. Distribution of products to local markets


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loor REZ-DE-DALLE PLAN 4TH FLOORrd PLAN 1:1000 1:1000

Plan : Public Street Level

6TH FLOOR PLAN 1:1000

6th Floor Plan : Housing

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1ST FLOOR PLAN 1:1000

SITE PLAN

REZ-DE-DALLE PLAN

REZ-DE-JARDIN PLAN

1:1000

1:1000

1:1000

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B

B

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THE WEIGHT OF SUSPENDED TIME The project questions the capacity of cities as architectural entities to contain their own material of renewal. This is the case of Chandigarh, Indian city of Punjab, whose standards and corbusĂŠennes chartres froze the development of the city in the purity of the original intent, and are now being questioned, sometimes overwhelmed, by logics of informal development. This dynamic appears very strongly in this paradoxical context of an affluent city in India, an European theory in Asia, a capital of modernity in a country still very much attached to its traditions, and finally in the enconter of a modernist international identity, now very much historicized, with a local identity in permanent evolution. The intervention is located on the Capitole of Chandigarh, which is the place of staging for power, for the democratic ideals of Nehru, and for the metaphysical inspirations that are at work behind the project of Le Corbusier. Willingly positionned at the head of the city, it has now become an empty place, where time feels suspended, but whose boundaries are precisly being eroded by another temporality, that of the very dense urban activities of a city in mutation. The project seeks to establish the opportunity for a new perception of this territory and heritage, for an experience of the route, of the distended space and the effects of scale set up between void, people, buildings and the line of the Himalayas. It therefore develop an architecture that formalizes the course, and alternates building, structure, landscape, and soil treatment : a path for perception, that questions the incompleteness of the initial project of Le Corbusier, the democratic and social ambition of this place, the urban development of villages on its outskirts, and finally the urban anchor of this floating head of power.

Chandigarh 2035 Teachers ClĂŠment Blanchet, Thierry Mandoul Date October 2012 - January 2013

An architecture that formalises the crossing and alternates between landscape, strucutre and buildings

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Framing the perception : experience of disruption trhough architecture

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Questionning the political situation that presided at the securitarian lockdown of the area : manifesting the frontiere


Overview from the Assembly

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Finishing the initial composition : a museum for knowledge


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The museum, a route towards light

The multiple anchors of the hanging head of power


CHARTIER CORBASSON

Housing Project Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, France

48 During the four months of this internship, I had the opportunity of working on several different types of projects, and it gave me a good glance at how much architecture can undertake different forms. The first project I worked on was a housing project, a preliminary draft for a private client. Constituted of 30 units, the main axis for this design was the integration to the surronding environment: a park, a public plaza and an ancient castle now a museum. This particular situation inspired the idea of an hill-shaped building, merging itself with the park and adapted to the topography. Afterwards, I worked on two successive projects of exhibitions. The first one took place at Archilib Gallery, and exhibited 500 drawings, images and photographs on the most recent project on the office, the Chamber for Commerce and Industry of Picardie, in Amiens. The idea was to coat the walls with a layer of paper, each A3 format fixed to the other like fish scales. The second exhibition took place at the Maison de l’Architecture of Paris. It was a collective exhibition, divided in two parts: the students and the professionals. The office was in charge of the scenography of the professional part, whereas a collective of student assured the one for the other part. In Vitro proposed a glance at projects of research developed by 30 firms, from more extablished ones to just emerging ones.

Internship Paris Date : June - October 2013


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‘Manufacturing Secrets’ Archilib Gallery, Paris . Sept 2013

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‘In vitro’ Maison de l'Architecture, Paris . Oct 2013

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Recherche libre, appliquée ou expérimentale en architecture Consacrée à l’architecture des rêves libres, In Vitro comprend deux zooms sur deux générations d’architectes. En premier lieu, carte blanche a été confiée au bureau de coordination des étudiants des sept écoles d’architecture de la Région Ile-de-France. Il vous invite à un parcours initiatique, sorte de voyage à Rome via internet, Grand Tour du réel et du virtuel qui approvisionne aujourd’hui la sensibilité des architectes du futur. En second lieu, la Maison de l’architecture en Ile-de-France a voulu proposer une mise en scène de recherches actuelles collectées dans une quarantaine d’agences. Il s’agit de témoigner de cette façon qu’ont des Hommes et des architectes d’aujourd’hui d’accueillir le monde, de ramasser les rêves usagés pour en façonner de nouveaux. Ainsi toutes générations réunies, l’architecture a-t-elle à nouveau l’occasion d’exprimer sa volonté, d’avoir « l’âme fraîche et de grands travaux », de « ne jamais désespérer mais de faire infuser davantage », de produire cet imaginaire dont on a tant besoin, cette poétique dont la ville a tant besoin, cette utopie comme appel à un nouvel univers de formes. La Maison de l’architecture est ravie d’accueillir des projets qui n’attendent plus rien à part peut-être une reconnaissance et de pouvoir vous offrir à l’occasion de cette exposition un très beau voyage. Michel Perrot

Président de la Maison de l’architecture en Ile-de-France

Le temps de la profession Alors que la profession d’architecte est de plus en plus sollicitée au travers de concertations, d’ateliers de travail ou de manifestations culturelles, pour son expertise et sa capacité de médiation dans le débat citoyen, l’exposition In Vitro proposée par la Maison de l’architecture en Ile-de-France met en lumière auprès de la profession et du grand public, les projets de recherche que développent librement les architectes en parallèle ou en amont de leurs réalisations.

Loin de leur production classique, quels regards portent-ils sur la société ? Quels sont les ferments qui fécondent leurs imaginaires, leurs réflexions ou influencent leurs productions ? Quelles pistes explorent-ils pour donner naissance à leurs futures réalisations ? En dehors des chemins tracés par la commande publique ou privée, ces initiatives traduisent la richesse des approches, des centres d’intérêts, parfois des opportunités à saisir. Poétiques, écologiques, urbaines, sociologiques, technologiques ou simplement militantes, elles symbolisent le rôle transversal de l’architecte dans notre société, sa capacité de questionnement et d’anticipation. Sans catégoriser les travaux présentés, In Vitro révèle, entre les lignes, l’influence de ces recherches sur la production des architectes mais aussi les stratégies de développement qu’elles initient ou accompagnent. Phillipe Croisier, Thomas Corbasson, Adrien Robain, Gaëlle Hamonic, Benjamin Colboc

Les commissaires d’exposition


STUDIO

Conversion of a studio composed of two bedrooms "chambres de bonnes". To benefit from the double exposure East-West of the appartment, the bathroom opens directly onto the corridor and is closed by a sliding door in sanded glass. The strong color of the flooring emphasizes the luminosity and therefore the impression of amplitude of the space.

Project for the reconversion of a studio . Paris 13e Surface : 22 m2 Date : Septembre 2011 - May 2012

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Architect D.E. Diploma with honours June 2016

Ecole Nationale SupĂŠrieure d'Architecture de

Paris Malaquais

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